Therapeutic Communications for Health Care
This is your comprehensive guide for the most important component of the relationship between caregiver and patient: communication. Successful communication with patients can decrease patient anxiety, increase patient compliance, and result in a positive experience for all involved. This book focuses on the therapeutic response to specific situations and client needs, with examples of both good and bad communication to help you communicate therapeutically and effectively in diverse health care settings.
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