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PTH 1400: Counseling the Dying Patient

$550.00

This is an exciting course. Our personal philosophy about life and people impact upon our relationship with others. These assumptions about people and their motives influences how we see clients, the philosophy and theory of counseling we use, the style of therapeutic relationships we develop, the kind of counseling goals we help clients set, and the interventions we use to help clients meet their goals.

Textbooks

Clinical Dimensions of Anticipatory Mourning: Theory And Practice In Working With The Dying, Their Loved Ones, And Their Caregivers, Research Press, Therese A. Rando, Champaign , IL. 2000: ISBN # 0-87822-380-0.

Working With The Dying And Bereaved. Routledge, Edited by Pauline Sutcliffe, Guinevere Tufnell & Ursula Cornish, New York: NY, 1998: ISBN # 0-415-91994-0.

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