The challenges a person faces when a loved one dies a highly publicized death is the topic of an article recently written by Dr. Kelli Stiles, an assistant professor of psychology at Culver-Stockton College.
CANTON, Mo. — The challenges a person faces when a loved one dies a highly publicized death is the topic of an article recently written by Dr. Kelli Stiles, an assistant professor of psychology at Culver-Stockton College.
The article is titled “The Long-Term Effect of Bereavement and Grief with a Highly Publicized Violent Death.” It takes a look at how grief is often deeply personal in nature with family and friends, but a person who has faced loss in a highly-publicized violent death often faces additional issues, including media and social media scrutiny.
The article is published on the Taylor & Francis Group website (www.taylorandfrancis.com). Taylor & Francis partners with world-class authors, from leading scientists and researchers to scholars and professionals operating at the top of their fields. It is one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, eBooks, textbooks and reference works.
Stiles also serves as the pre-occupational therapy coordinator and pre-art therapy coordinator at C-SC. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2005 from Culver-Stockton, her master’s degree in community and school counseling in 2008 from Quincy University, and her doctorate in psychology from Walden University in 2015.
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