Resources for Professionals
The first of the Divorcework.com Resources for Professionals available
here is the national award-winning publication, Dealing
With Loss: A Guidebook for Helping Your Children During and After Divorce.
Attorneys, mediators, psychologists, schools, courts, parent education
programs, and other individuals and agencies in the US and abroad have
reported satisfaction as a result of giving copies to the people they
The full text of Dealing With Loss: A Guidebook for Helping Your Children
During and After Divorce is available for review and personal use on
this website, as Dealing
With Loss: the Divorcework.com website guide for helping your children
during and after divorce.
Copies of the Dealing With Loss guidebook may be ordered in volume for
complimentary distribution. The cost for orders of thirty or more personalized
copies is US $4 per copy for professional practices and business organizations.
Discounts are available for large orders and for orders placed by non-profit
agencies. There is no additional charge for imprinting with the individual's
or agency's name, address, and phone number. On orders prepaid by check
or money order, there is no shipping charge (within the United States).
Single copies are mailed promptly upon receipt of checks or money orders
for US $5, with discounts available on request.
Orders and payment may be sent directly to:
Portland Health Institute, Inc.
3310 NW Savier Street, Suite A
Portland, OR 97210-1937
Please feel free to send mail to us at this address,
or to send an e-mail message to email@example.com,
or to telephone us at 503-227-1860.
Oregon Family Institute, a private non-profit organization focusing
on education, research, and direct services to families, actively endorses
and supports the widespread distribution of Dealing
with Loss: A Guidebook for Helping Your Children During and After Divorce.
Dealing with Loss
is a recipient of Children's Rights Council's 1999 "Children First"
National Award of Excellence.
Dealing with Loss is simply excellent. Too often
we think that divorce is about anger and bitterness. We forget that
underneath the anger is sadness and loss. Unless we allow ourselves
access to these more deeply buried feelings, the wounds of divorce will
not heal. This booklet is a treasure of wisdom and good practical advice
to parents on how to help themselves and their children grieve divorce
- Janet R. Johnston, Ph.D., co-author of
Impasses of Divorce: The Dynamics and Resolution of Family Conflict
and In the Name of the Child: A Developmental Approach to Understanding
and Helping Children of Conflicted and Violent Divorce
This beautifully written booklet contains practical
wisdom on how to help yourself and your children through the challenges
of a family loss. I highly recommend it to parents, step parents, and
grand-parents who are in the position of supporting children through
change and loss.
- Elizabeth Hickey, MSW, author of Healing
Hearts: Helping Children and Adults Recover From Divorce, and
creator of award-winning video, Children: The Experts on Divorce