A discussion group where patients were personally interviewed by a small team behind one-way glass and freely chose whether or not to attend.
Chicago Theological Seminary
The school of the students that approached Kubler-Ross to help them with their paper on the biggest crisis in human life.
Interdisciplinary Hospital Personnel
The Catholic hospital where Kubler-Ross's interviews were held behind a one-way mirror so that an audience could observe, and the patient could be interviewed in a relatively private setting.
Five Stages of Grief
The broken down process of dealing with a terminal illness.
The symbol of our defensiveness about death and a way to repress the anxieties we feel around terminal illness.
This can make the prognosis of a disease much more serious and often fatal.
Therapy for Terminal Illness
Facing the fear, resolving logistical issues, understanding our own feelings, and, finally, coming to a...
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