Counselling in Medical Settings
This text describes the emergence and growth of counselling in medical settings and examines the issues surrounding its incorporation into this context. Written in an accessible style, it provides an overview of counselling and counselling skills, focusing on specific issues pertinent to counsellors from a variety of medical backgrounds. The author's account of counselling in medical settings and the meaning of illness for individuals is supplemented by the extensive use of examples and case material from practitioners.
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COUNSELLING IN MEDICAL SETTINGS
THE PRACTICE OF COUNSELLING IN MEDICAL
IN MEDICAL SETTINGS
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