“I Want You to Be There.”: Accompanying a Client Through a Death
“Hey Kevin? My mom has had a stroke and is in the hospital. It’s really bad this time.” My client’s voice quivered, and I could hear fear rippling through it. After asking a series of preliminary questions, I closed my computer and headed to the car to drive to the hospital. It had been, until that moment, a free afternoon of writing and grading assignments. I pushed aside the nagging voice listing all the things that would not get done and focused instead on my client and his mother.
Hull, Kevin B., "“I Want You to Be There.”: Accompanying a Client Through a Death" (2019). Faculty Publications and Presentations. 109.