Counselling Skills For Nurses, Midwives And Health Visitors
This book examines contemporary developments in nursing and health care in relation to the fundamental philosophy of counselling, the practicalities of counselling and relevant theoretical underpinnings. Community nurses often find themselves in situations which require in-depth listening and responding skills: for example, in helping people come to terms with chronic illness, disability and bereavement.
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Chapter 01 Introduction
Chapter 02 The process of counselling
Chapter 03 Beginning a relationship
Chapter 04 Sustaining the relationship
Chapter 05 Facilitating change
Chapter 06 Professional considerations
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