KAWASHIMA Daisuke

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Name
KAWASHIMA Daisuke
Affiliation
Chukyo University
Section
School of Psychology

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2011
 - 
Mar 2014
Associate Professor, Hokkaido University of Education Graduate School of Education
 

Published Papers

 
Parental grief after offspring suicide and adaptation to the loss in Japan
KAWASHIMA Daisuke, KAWANO Kenji
Omega: Journal of Death and Dying      2019   [Refereed]
Comparing facilitator priorities of suicide survivor support groups: A cross-cultural comparison between Japanese and American groups
Feigelman, W., Feigelman, B., Kawashima, D., Shiraga, K., & Kawano, K
Omega: Journal of Death and Dying   75(3) 219-229   2017   [Refereed]
Meaning reconstruction process after suicide: Life-story of a Japanese woman who lost her son to suicide
KAWASHIMA Daisuke, KAWANO Kenji
Omega: Journal of Death and Dying   75(4) 360-375   2017   [Refereed]
The Validity of the Japanese Version of the Suicide Intervention Response Inventory
KAWASHIMA Daisuke, KAWANO Kenji
Journal of Mental Health   59 67-74   2013   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
Priorities for suicide survivor support groups in Japan and the United States. In K. Andriessen, K. Krysinska, & O. T. Grad, Postvention in Action: The international handbook of suicide bereavement support.
Feigelman, W., Feigelman, B., Kawashima, D., Shiraga, K., & Kawano, K. (Part:Contributor, pp. 131–138)
Hogrefe Publishing Corporation.   2017   
Japan – Research-informed support for suicide survivors. In K. Andriessen, K. Krysinska, & O. Grad (Eds.), Postvention in Action: The international handbook of suicide bereavement support
Kawashima, D., & Kawano, K. (Part:Contributor, pp. 396–401)
Hogrefe Publishing Corporation.   2017   
Mapping the influence of loss. In R. A. Neimeyer, (Ed.), Techniques of grief therapy: Assessment and intervention
KAWASHIMA Daisuke (Part:Contributor, pp.113-116)
Routledge   2015   

Research Grants & Projects

 
meaning of death and its relation to religion through the lifespan
Project Year: 2002   
suicide prevention support
Health and Labour Sciences Research Grants
Project Year: 2007   
guidance and school counseling
Project Year: 2011