Lorraine Mangione, PhD, is a professor of psychology at Antioch University New England where she teaches doctoral students in The Department of Clinical Psychology. Her scholarly and teaching interests include group psychotherapy and group dynamics, clinical supervision, and creativity and personal development. She recently became immersed in Italian-American issues, presenting on loss and mourning, fathers and daughters, and film.
Books by Lorraine Mangione
Daughters, Dads, and the Path Through Grief
Donna H. DiCello and Lorraine Mangione
Losing a father can be absolutely wrenching. This insightful guide tells the story of the strong connections between daughters and dads throughout life, and the consequent grief and loss a daughter... Read More