The Therapeutic Relationship in Complementary Health Care

  • ID: 3684794
  • Book
  • 176 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Research-based and clinically relevant, the authors explore the crucial role of 'non-specific' aspects of treatment, such as trust, care, positive expectations and understanding in the healing process. It has much to offer all health care professionals concerned with holistic practice and with helping patients to promote their own health.
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Promoting Self-Healing Through the Therapeutic Relationship. The Nature of Health and Illness. Towards a Model of Treatment in Health Care. What Do Patients Want?. Communication and Illness: the Meaning of Illness for Patients. What Makes Change Happen in Treatment?. Power in Treatment. The Process of Treatment. The Health of the Practitioner/ Conclusion: Centrality of the Therapeutic Relationship.
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Mitchell, Annie Lecturer in Psychology and Clinical Director, Doctorate in Clinical and Community Psychology, School of Psychology, Washington Singer Building, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK.

Cormack, Maggie Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Psychology, Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exter, Exter, UK.
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