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Robert A. Neimeyer

Clinical (Psychotherapy)
Psychology Building, Room 347
901.678.4680 (telephone)
901.678.2579 (fax)

Ph.D., University of Nebraska
B.A., University of Florida

Research Interests
  • Psychotherapy Process and Outcome
  • Psychology of Grief and Loss
  • Constructivist Psychology
  • Depression and Suicide
Recent Publications
  • Neimeyer, R. A., Baldwin, S. &  Gillies, J. (2006).  Continuing bonds and reconstructing Meaning: Mitigating complications in bereavement. Death Studies, 715-738.
  • Neimeyer, R. A. (2006). Complicated grief and the reconstruction of meaning: Conceptual and empirical contributions to a cognitive-constructivist model. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 13, 141-145.
  • Neimeyer, R. A. (2006). Re-storying loss: Fostering growth in the posttraumatic narrative. In L. Calhoun and R. Tedeschi (Eds.), Handbook of posttraumatic growth: Research and practice (pp. 68-80). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Neimeyer, R. A. (2006). Narrating the dialogical self: Toward an expanded toolbox for the counselling psychologist. Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 19, 105-120.
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