Counselling Skills in Palliative Care
In this book, palliative care professionals are encouraged to work holistically, viewing themselves and their relationships with patients as significant therapeutic resources in their own right. The authors argue that sensitive counseling skills need to be used effectively by all palliative workers, not just by counselors.
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Joining the palliative care system
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