In reaching this final chapter, we trust that readers have now become convinced of the value and importance of family-centered approaches in bereavement care. The most available and significant sources of support can be usually found within the social network of the family. To optimize family support and grief sharing, the therapist guides the bereaved down the dual process pathway that oscillates between active grief work for a time and then restoration work that reengages in continued living (Stroebe & Schut, 2001).