Counselling in Terminal Care and Bereavement. Communication and Counselling in Health Care

  • ID: 2246544
  • Book
  • 216 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The book covers both caring for the terminally ill and the ′actual′ bereavement, thus providing guidance on the whole process of counseling patients and their families. Case studies include examples from cancer, AIDS, suicide , murder and fatal accidents. Problems counsellors may face in their work are discussed and a chapter is devoted to the needs of the counsellor themselves.
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1. Families in transition.

2. The caring team.

3. Counselling skills.

4. Counselling for life–threatening illness.

5. Counselling the family before bereavement.

6. Counselling the family after bereavement.

7. Problems in counselling.

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Colin Murray Parkes
Marilyn Relf
Ann Couldrick
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