This solution-focused guide shows how to provide effective counselling with clients who are physically ill. Combining theory, real life examples and evidence-based approaches, the authors draw on their own experience to offer invaluable advice on highly complex and sensitive issues. This book gives tried-and-tested advice for all busy counsellors.
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(234mm x 156mm x 18mm)
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Author Biography - Dr Robert Bor
ROBERT BOR is Lead Consultant Clinical Psychologist in Medical Specialities at the Royal Free Hospital, London, UK. He is a fellow of the British Psychological Society and works in hospital, specialist and primary care settings. RIVA MILLER is Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Royal Free Hospital, London, UK. She has a background in social work, and is now also a Systemic Psychotherapist and a Family Therapist in the Haemophilia Centre, London. She has contributed to many books, including 'Doing Therapy Briefly', with Robert Bor and Sheila Gill. SHEILA GILL is a counsellor for the Keats Group Practice, London, UK, and a student counsellor at the London School of Economics. She has worked in health care settings for many years and is co-author of a number of books on therapy in primary care contexts. AMANDA EVANS is a chartered psychologist at the Royal Free Hospital, London, UK. She has over 20 years of experience as a psychologist in health care settings and in private practice. She has contributed to many publications in the areas of evidence based practice issues, ethical dilemmas in health care settings and psychological interventions in HIV management.