Edición/Edição: 1st Autores:David Kissane; Maggie Watson Editorial:Wiley ISBN: 9780470660034 Formato: Rústica/Paperback Nº volumenes: 1 Páginas: 284 Año publicación/Ano de publicação: 2011 Disponibilidad/Disponibilidade: 15 días Precio/Preço
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This new book by international experts in psycho-oncology has arisen from the teaching academies offered by the International Psycho-oncology Society. It distills the wisdom and experience from the training manuals dedicated to individual psychological therapies and combines them into an accessible handbook for clinicians in cancer care today. The editors have brought together leading researchers and therapists, who provide accounts of the prominent models of psychotherapy currently being used in cancer care, the key themes they address and the essential techniques needed to apply each approach successfully. Helpful clinical illustrations are woven throughout the book to make overt the strategies found in each model.
Provides practical guidance about how to deliver a range of individual, group, couple and family interventions that have proven utility in cancer care. Describes comprehensively each model of psychotherapy as taught by experts delivering the International Psycho-Oncology Society’s Educational Academy on cancer care for patients and their families. Features practical suggestions on therapy delivery from the world’s leading proponents of each therapy. Serves as a valuable tool to assist teaching and to facilitate research into psychological interventions in oncology, palliative care and bereavement. Functions as a readily accessible resource for clinicians struggling to support someone effectively, through its provision of insight into the common challenges and traps that arise when providing patients with emotional support. This practical handbook will help not only psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers but also physicians, surgeons, general practitioners and nurses interested in better understanding and supporting the patients and families they care for.
TABLE OF CONTENTS List of Contributors. Foreword.
Section A: Individual Models of Therapy.
Chapter 1 Supportive Psychotherapy in Cancer Care: an Essential Ingredient of All Therapy.
1.3 History and Evidence Base.
1.4 Qualifications for Clinical Privileges to Provide Supportive Psychotherapy as a Psycho-Oncologist.
1.5 Application of Supportive Therapy in Cancer Care.
1.6 Boundaries in the Therapy Relationship: Therapeutic Activism.
1.7 Themes Met in Advanced Cancer.
1.8 Families as Part of Patients’ Supportive Psychotherapy.
1.9 Therapist Issues.
1.10 Service Development Issues.
Chapter 2 Cognitive-Behavioural Therapies in Cancer Care.
2.2 Processes and Techniques.
2.3 Case Examples.
2.4 Evidence on Efficacy.
2.5 Service Development.
2.7 Supporting Materials.
Chapter 3 Cognitive Analytic Therapy in Psycho-Oncology.
3.2 Theoretical Background of CAT.
3.3 CAT Concepts and Cancer.
3.4 Process of Application of CAT in Cancer Care.
3.5 Supporting Materials.
3.6 A Brief Overview of Evidence on Efficacy.
3.7 Target Groups of Patients for Whom CAT Is Appropriate.
3.8 Case Example.
3.9 What Can CAT Offer in a Cancer Setting?
3.10 Service Development: Integrating CAT into Psycho-Oncology Services.
Chapter 4 Mindfulness Interventions for Cancer Patients.
4.2 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction.
4.3 Content and Processes of Mindfulness-Based Interventions.
4.4 Case Example.
4.5 Efficacy of MBSR and Mindfulness Interventions.
4.6 Service Development.
Chapter 5 Relaxation and Image Based Therapy.
5.2 Evidence on Efficacy.
5.3 Processes and Techniques.
5.4 Case Example.
5.5 Service Development.
Chapter 6 Motivational Counselling in Substance Dependence.
6.2 Processes and Techniques.
6.3 Case Example.
6.4 Evidence on Efficacy.
6.5 Service Development.
Chapter 7 Narrative Therapy.
7.2 Processes and Techniques.
7.3 Case Example.
7.4 Evidence on Efficacy.
7.5 Service Development.
Chapter 8 Dignity Therapy.
8.2 Background of Dignity Research.
8.3 The Conduct of Dignity Therapy: Processes and Techniques.
8.4 The Therapist's Role.
8.5 Evidence of the Efficacy of Dignity Therapy.
8.6 Service Development.
8.7 Conclusion and Future Directions.
Chapter 9 Written Emotional Disclosure.
9.2 Evidence on Efficacy.
9.3 Target Patients.
9.4 Processes and Techniques.
9.5 Appendix: Sample Instructions for Expressive Writing for Cancer Patients and Survivors.
Section B: Group Models of Therapy.
Chapter 10 Supportive-Expressive Group Psychotherapy.
10.2 Theoretical Background and Themes.
10.3 Goals of Supportive-Expressive Groups.
10.4 Target Groups of Patients for Whom It Is Appropriate.
10.5 Processes and Techniques.
10.6 Case Example.
10.7 Evidence for Efficacy of SEGT.
10.8 Service Development.
Chapter 11 A Short Term, Structured, Psychoeducational Intervention for Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients.
11.2 Theoretical Background and Themes of Our Psychoeducational Model.
11.3 Target Groups of Patients and Evidence of Efficacy of the Structured Psychoeducational Group Intervention.