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Type: Journal article
Title: Cross-cultural re-entry for missionaries: A new application for the dual process model
Author: Selby, S.
Clark, S.
Braunack-Mayer, A.
Jones, A.
Moulding, N.
Beilby, J.
Citation: Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 2010; 62(4):329-351
Publisher: Baywood Publ Co Inc
Issue Date: 2010
ISSN: 0030-2228
1541-3764
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Susan Selby, Sheila Clark, Annette Braunack-Mayer, Alison Jones, Nicole Moulding, Justin Beilby
Abstract: Nearly half a million foreign aid workers currently work worldwide, including over 140,000 missionaries. During re-entry these workers may experience significant psychological distress. This article positions previous research about psychological distress during re-entry, emphasizing loss and grief. At present there is no identifiable theoretical framework to provide a basis for assessment, management, and prevention of re-entry distress in the clinical setting. The development of theoretical concepts and frameworks surrounding loss and grief including the Dual Process Model (DPM) are discussed. All the parameters of the DPM have been shown to be appropriate for the proposed re-entry model, the Dual Process Model applied to Re-entry (DPMR). It is proposed that the DPMR is an appropriate framework to address the processes and strategies of managing re-entry loss and grief. Possible future clinical applications and limitations of the proposed model are discussed. The DPMR is offered for further validation and use in clinical practice.
Keywords: Humans
Adaptation, Psychological
Attitude to Death
Grief
Interpersonal Relations
Life Style
Life Change Events
Object Attachment
Counseling
Models, Psychological
Cross-Cultural Comparison
Cultural Characteristics
Religious Missions
Missionaries
Rights: © Baywood Publishing Company
DOI: 10.2190/OM.62.4.b
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