The Context for Sustainable Communities; Toward Sustainable Communities; Making Community Policy; Greening the City; Water & Sewage; Waste Reduction & Recycling; Energy Efficiency & Renewables; Transportation Planning & Traffic Management; Land Use & Urban Form; Housing & Community Development; Green Building; Community Economic Development; Climate Change & Air Quality; Communities Integrating Sustainability; Governing Sustainable Communities; Tools for Community Sustainability; The Community Capital Tool; Lessons & Challenges; Appendix: The Sustainable Communities Research Network; Index.
Nancy Reeves is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, spiritual director, author, and published poet. She is director and psychotherapist in the Island Loss Clinic, teaches a graduate course at the University of Victoria, and conducts many lectures and workshops internationally. She has published 26 articles in professional journals and general interest magazines.
Thank you so much, Nancy, for adding your new insights and suggestions to an already very helpful resource full of simple yet incredibly effective suggestions for healing. -- Judi Morin, Sister of St. Ann, Chaplain at William Head Institution (Vancouver Island) -- 20120206 In A Path Through Loss, Nancy Reeves offers the reader a respectful balance between providing information that reassures and grounds, and offering tools that guide each individual on their unique journey through loss. This book will be of interest to any of us who have experienced a personal and significant loss. For those of us who dedicate part of our professional lives to accompanying individuals working through grief, it is a welcome companion. -- Samuel F. Mikail, PhD, C.Psych., ABPP, Clinical Director, The Southdown Institute -- 20120206 This new edition captures all the strengths and sensitivities of the prior edition while incorporating new research and insights. Persons experiencing a loss will find information and tools to help them as they journey in grief and reconstruct a new life in the face of loss. -- Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, Professor, The Graduate School of New Rochelle, and Senior Consultant, The Hospice Foundation of America -- 20120206