Group Therapy for Medically Ill Patients
James L. Spira
Guilford Press, Feb 14, 1997 - Psychology - 335 pages
Psychosocial support for medically ill patients is becoming an integral part of treatment in hospitals and clinics worldwide. This volume presents information and therapuetic models for a range of group interventions across a variety of life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, HIV/AIDS and coronary disease, as well as bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and substance abuse.; This book is aimed at mental health practitioners and students who work with medically ill patients, as well as researchers and medical professionals interested in how psychosocial intervention can ameliorate health-related problems.
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