How to Talk with Family Caregivers About Cancer
By: Ruth Bolletino (author)Paperback
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This book will guide professionals on issues critical to effectively and compassionately counseling caregivers and other family members, from dealing with their feelings of grief and despair and realistically fostering hope, to helping them provide emotional and practical support to the patient during the illness and treatment.
Ruth Bolletino, PhD in Clinical Psychology, is a psychotherapist in private practice in New York City specializing in work with patients and family members dealing with life-threatening illness, and people dealing with crisis, trauma and loss She has published professional articles on topics including psychotherapy with people with cancer, dealing with grief and loss, ethical considerations in psychotherapy and medicine, and spiritual factors in psychotherapy. She has presented numerous lectures and workshops in the U.S., England, Israel, Argentina and Chile for patients, their family members and health care professionals, and has supervised psychotherapists in their work with clients with life-threatening illnesses.
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