Are you prepared to counsel people who have killed other people? Clients who have killed other people come to us from all walks of life and many different experiences. Some have killed in the line of duty – others have killed people in tragic accidents. Then there are clients who may have killed other people through malevolence, self-defense, or as the result of a careless action. Whatever the situation might be that brought the client to our office, having a guide for dealing with issues such as acceptance, guilt, forgiveness and moving towards the future, despite the tragic past, are all issues the counselor must be ready to deal with. This book is an essential guide for counselors, social workers, ministers, military and police supervisors, probation officers, friends, and family an anyone who cares about people who have killed other people.
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