How to Talk with Family Caregivers About Cancer

Author(s) : Ruth Cohn Bolletino

How to Talk with Family Caregivers About Cancer

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Cancer affects not only patients but their loved ones as well. This book responds to families questions and fears with compassion, guiding professionals on counselling caregivers and families, from dealing with feelings of grief and despair, and realistically fostering hope, to practical issues such as choosing treatments and communicating with doctors.


'Without disciplined compassion and an open-hearted acceptance ofother experiences and world views, the work of any therapist or counselordegenerates into the mechanical. Bolletino . . . demonstrates and teaches whatpsychotherapy is at its best: a human interaction moving toward both curingand healing. I know of no practitioners, advanced or beginning, who would notbenefit from reading this book.'

-Lawrence LeShan, psychologist, author of Cancer as a Turning Point

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