Here is information on my various books, journal articles, and book chapters. To download a complete list of my publications, click here.

ARTICLES and CHAPTERS

Titles listed in red may be downloaded.

Jordan, J. R. (2015). Grief After Suicide: The Evolution of Suicide Postvention. In J. M. Stillion & T. Attig (Eds.), Death, Dying, and Bereavement: Contemporary Perspectives, Institutions, and Practices (pp. 349 - 362). New York, NY: Springer.

Cook, F., Padgett, J. H., Jordan, J. R., Marshall, D. S., & Berkowitz, L. (2015). Responding to Grief, Trauma, and Distress After  a Suicide: Introducing New  U.S. National Guidelines. Paper presented at the American Association of Suicidology - 48th Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA
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Maple, M., Cerel, J., Jordan, J. R., & McKay, K. (2014). Uncovering and Identifying the Missing Voices in Suicide Bereavement. Suicidology Online, 5, 1-12.
 
Neimeyer, R. A., & Jordan, J. R. (2013). Historical and contemporary perspectives on assessment and intervention. In D. Meager, and Balk, D. (Ed.), Handbook of Thanatology (2nd ed., pp. 219-237). New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Jordan, J. R. (2013). A Personal Reflection on Bridging Research and Practice in Thanatology. Grief Matters: The Australian Journal of Grief and Bereavement, 16(1), 14 - 18.

Jordan, J. R. (2012). Guided imaginal conversations with the deceased. In R. A. Neimeyer (Ed.), Techniques of Grief Therapy: Creative Practices for Counseling the Bereaved. (pp. 262-265). New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Feigelman, W., Jordan, J.R., McIntosh, J, & Feigelman, B. (2012) Devastating losses: How parents cope with the death of a child to suicide or drugs New York, NY: Springer Publishers.

Jordan, J. R., & McIntosh, J. L. (2011) (Eds.) Grief after suicide: Understanding the consequences and caring for the survivors. New York: Routledge.

Jordan, J. R., & McIntosh, J. L.(2011)  Is Suicide Bereavement Different? Perspectives from Research and Practice. In R. A. Neimeyer, D. L. Harris, H. R. Winokuer & G. Thornton (Eds.), Grief and Bereavement in Contemporary Society: Bridging Research and Practice (pp. 223-234). New York: Routledge.

Jordan, J. R. (2009) After suicide: Clinical work with survivors. Grief Matters: The Australian Journal of Grief and Bereavement, 12(1), 4-9.

Feigelman, W., Jordan, J. R., & Gorman, B. S. (2009) Personal growth after suicide loss: Cross-sectional findings suggest growth after loss may be associated with better mental health among survivors. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 59(3), 181-202.

Feigelman, W., Jordan, J.R. , & Gorman, B. S. (2009) How they died, time since loss, and bereavement outcomes Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 58(4), 251-273.

Feigelman, W., Gorman, B. S., & Jordan, J. R.(2009)  Stigmatization and suicide bereavement. Death Studies, 33(7), 591-608.

Jordan, J.R. (2008) Bereavement after suicide. Psychiatric Annals, 38(10): 670-685.

Feigelman, W., Gorman, B.S., Chastain-Beal, K., & Jordan, J.R. (2008) Internet support groups for suicide survivors: A new mode for gaining bereavement assistance. Omega, 57(3): 217-243.

McMenamy, J.M., Jordan, J.R., & Mitchell, A.M. (2008) What do suicide survivors tell us they need? Results of a pilot study. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 38(4): 375-389.

Cerel, J., Jordan, J.R., & Duberstein, P.R. (2008) The impact of suicide on the family. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 29(1), 38-44.

Jordan, J.R. & Harpel, J. (2007) “Organizing and Facilitating Suicide Survivor Support Groups: A Self-Study Manual” A training manual and video for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Available at www.afsp.org.

Jordan, J.R. & Neimeyer, R.A. (2007)  “Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Assessment and Intervention” In D.Balk (Ed.) (pp. 213-226) Handbook of Thanatology. Northbrook, IL: Association for Death Education & Counseling.

Sandler, I., Balk, D., Jordan, J.R., Kennedy, C., Nadeau, J., & Shapiro, E. (2005) “Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice in Bereavement: Report from The Center for the Advancement of Health.” Death Studies 29:93-122.

Kraus, D. R., Seligman, D, Jordan, J. R.. (2005) Validation Of A Behavioral Health Treatment Outcome And Assessment Tool Designed for Naturalistic Settings: The Treatment Outcome Package. Journal of Clinical Psychology, Vol 61(3), 285-314.

Jordan, J.R, Baker, J.B., Rosenthal, S., Matteis, M.M., & Ware, E.S. (2005) “The Grief Evaluation Measure (GEM): An Initial Validation Study” Death Studies, 29(4): 301-332.

Jordan, John R. & McMenamy, Jannette (2004) “Interventions with Suicide Survivors: A Review of the Literature” Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior 34(4): 337-349.

Jordan, J.R. & Neimeyer, R.A. (2003) “Does Grief Counseling Work?” Death Studies, 27(9): 765-786.

Baugher, Robert & Jordan, John (2002) After Suicide Loss: Coping with your Grief. Book for new suicide survivors. Available from Robert Baugher, Ph.D.,7108 127th Place, S.E., Newcastle, WA – 98056-1325 or b_kbaugher@yahoo.com.

Neimeyer, Robert A. & Jordan, John R. (2001) “Disenfranchisement as Empathic Failure: Grief Therapy and the Co-construction of Meaning” in Kenneth Doka (Ed.) Disenfranchised Grief: New Directions, Challenges and Strategies for Practice, 2001, Champaign, IL, Research Press.

Jordan, J.R.(2001) “Is Suicide Bereavement Different?: A Reassessment of the Literature” Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 32(1): 91-102.

Jordan, J.R. (2000) “Research That Matters: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice in Thanatology”. Guest Editor, two Special Issues on the Integration of Research and Clinical Practice in Thanatology. Death Studies 24(6): 457-468.

Wolfe, B. & Jordan, J.R. (2000) “Ramblings from the Trenches: A Clinical Perspective on Thanatological Research”, Death Studies. 24(7):569-584.

Jordan, J.R. & Ware, E.W. (1997) “Feeling Like a Motherless Child: A Support Group Model for Adults Grieving the Death of a Parent” Omega: Journal of Death and Dying 35(4): 361-376.

Bradach, K.M. & Jordan, J.R.(1995) “Long-Term Effects of a Family History of Traumatic Death on Adolescent Individuation.” Death Studies, 19(4): 315-336.

Jordan, J.R.; Kraus, D. R.; & Ware, E.W. (1993) “Observations on Loss and Family Development”, Family Process, 32(4): 425-440.

Jordan, J.R.(1991-92) “Cumulative Loss, Current Stress, and the Family: A Pilot Investigation of Individual and Systemic Effects”, Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 24(4): 309-332.

Jordan, J.R. (1985) “Paradox and Polarity: The Tao of Family Therapy” Family Process 24:165-174.

Jordan, J.R. (1982) “The Use of History in Family Therapy: A Brief Rejoinder to Sluzki” Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 8(4):393-398.

Jordan, John R. "International Workgroup on Death, Dying, and Bereavement."

Jordan, John R. "Whose Life is it Anyway?Tthe Matter of Assisted Suicide. A Review of 'Assisted Suicide and the Right to Die: The Interface of Social Science, Public Policy, and Medical Ethics' by Barry Rosenfeld." American Psychological Association, 2004.

Jordan, J. R. (2012). Guided imaginal conversations with the deceased. In R. A. Neimeyer (Ed.), Techniques of Grief Therapy: Creative Practices for Counseling the Bereaved. (pp. 262-265). New York: Routledge.

Jordan, J. R. (2013). A personal reflection on bridging research and practice in thanatology. Grief Matters: The Australian Journal of Grief and Bereavement, 16(1), 14 - 18.

Neimeyer, R. A., & Jordan, J. R. (2013). Historical and contemporary perspectives on assessment and intervention. In D. Meager, and Balk, D. (Ed.), Handbook of Thanatology (2nd ed., pp. 219-237). New York: Routledge.

Maple, M., Cerel, J., Jordan, J. R., & McKay, K. (2014). Uncovering and identifying the missing voices in suicide bereavement. Suicidology Online, 5, 1-12.

National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention. (2015). Responding to Grief, Trauma, & Distress after a Suicide: U.S. National Guidelines. Washington, D.C.: National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention.

Jordan, J. R. (2015). Grief after suicide: The evolution of suicide postvention. In J. M. Stillion & T. Attig (Eds.), Death, Dying, and Bereavement: Contemporary Perspectives, Institutions, and Practices (pp. 349 - 362). New York, NY: Springer.