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Counsellors in health settings /
edited by Kim Etherington ; forword by Tim Bond.
imprint
London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, c2001.
description
287 p.
ISBN
1853029386
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Book
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London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, c2001.
isbn
1853029386
catalogue key
4635905
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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This book shows how counselling can and should form an integral part of a patient's health care, explaining key theoretical considerations and relevant research and applying these to suggestions for good practice.
Table of Contents
Forewordp. 7
Acknowledgementsp. 9
Preface: Epilogue For Paulap. 11
Introductionp. 13
A wounded healer: From client to counsellorp. 33
Palliative care counselling: Emotional and psychological support from diagnosis to deathp. 49
Working in general practice with somatisation of childhood sexual abusep. 65
Working as a counsellor in an NHS multidisciplinary teamp. 95
Counselling children and their families in intensive carep. 109
'Awkward' clients and 'awkward' topics: Young people and sexual healthp. 125
Counselling people living with HIV/AIDSp. 141
Working with people with fertility problems: A counsellor's personal experiencep. 161
Riding the rollercoaster: A personal account of being counselled about fertilityp. 175
Cut, burn and poison: A personal account of breast cancerp. 191
Challenges of counselling in psychiatric settingsp. 209
Integrating counselling within the mental health servicesp. 227
Traing and supervision issues for counsellors working in health settingsp. 247
Contributorsp. 273
Subject Indexp. 276
Author Indexp. 284
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