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Duncan Simpson and Lauren P. Elberty

seek help to cope with such an event ( Wadland, Keller, Jones, & Chapados, 1988 ). An unexpected death, although it is rare, does occur within the student-athlete population ( Futterman & Myerburg, 1998 ). Accepting that a highly trained student-athlete has died unexpectedly is not simple, especially

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Bradford C. Bennett

their development. His magazine/journal, Somatics, was a platform that allowed communication within the field long before the Internet. Hanna built on what he learned from Feldenkrais and looked to develop a more “clinical” approach in somatic education. His work was cut short by his unexpected death

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Jana Fogaca, Illene Cupit, and Matthew Gonzalez

Simpson , D. & Elberty , L.P. ( 2018 ). A phenomenological study: Experiencing the unexpected death of a teammate . Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, 12 ( 2 ), 97 – 113 . doi:10.1123/jcsp.2017-0026 Stroebe , M. , & Schut , H. ( 1999 ). The dual-process model of bereavement: Rationale