9 edition of Helping couples cope with women"s cancers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Karen Kayser, Jennifer L. Scott.|
|Contributions||Scott, Jennifer L.|
|LC Classifications||RC280.G5 K395 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
|ISBN 10||0387748024, 0387748032|
|ISBN 10||9780387748023, 9780387748030|
|LC Control Number||2007936601|
Helping cancer survivors who live in rural areas cope with cancer-related anxiety and distress can be especially challenging. Survivors in these areas live far from large cancer centers, and “there often aren’t health providers in rural areas, especially mental health . This year, over , men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. This is a serious disease that kills approximat men a year. Yet, for .
Most women experience at least some psychosocial distress during the course of their breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. The level of distress varies from woman to woman and, within an individual, over the course of diagnosis and treatment. Cancer-related distress can be expected to dissipate with time for the majority of individuals diagnosed with cancer. If you stay well, it will be easier to help your loved one. Ask other family members and friends to pitch in, too. They can bring meals, take the dog for a walk, or offer rides to doctor’s.
Couples Coping With Stress: Emerging Perspectives on Dyadic Coping presents an in-depth look at recent theoretical perspectives and original research on how couples cope with stress, including acute and chronic stress, stresses within and outside of the family, and . Some people find it helps to talk to other people who are in a similar situation. You can use our local area search to find a support group near you, or ask your cancer nurse. If your feelings are affecting your everyday life, talking to a professional may help. You can ask your GP about how to get counselling or see a psychologist.
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The skills and insights contained in Helping Couples Cope with Women’s Cancers will benefit a range of health and mental health practitioners, including counselors, social workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and nurses.
Graduate students planning a career in health psychology or couples therapy should also find it a valuable by: Helping children cope: developmental guidelines. Transitions: goal-setting, life after cancer, facing recurrence or terminal illness. The skills and insights contained in Helping Couples Cope with Women’s Cancers will benefit a range of health and mental health practitioners, including counselors, social workers, clinical psychologists.
"Helping Couples Cope with Women's Cancers is a guide that describes an approach to working with couples who are dealing with early stage breast or gynecological cancers. Overall, this book is a useful resource for clinicians working with women coping with breast or gynecological cancers.
this book will serve as a helpful guide for /5(2). Transitions: Helping couples cope with womens cancers book, life after cancer, facing recurrence or terminal illness. The skills and insights contained in Helping Couples Cope with Women’s Cancers will benefit a range of health and mental health practitioners, including counselors, social workers, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and nurses.
Get this from a library. Helping couples cope with women's cancers: an evidence-based approach for practitioners. [Karen Kayser; Jennifer L Scott, Dr.] -- Hester Hill Schnipper, LICSW, BCD, OSW-C, Chief, Oncology Social Work, BIDMC, Author, After Breast Cancer: A Commonsense Guide to Life After Treatment Close relationships can be vital to a woman?s.
Helping Couples Cope with Women\'s Cancer shows readers not only how to enlist the patients closest support person in coping with the disease, but also to help that partner with the stressors, such as feelings of inadequacy and loss, that so often come with the role.\" \"The authors recognize the challenges couples face, the central role of.
Cite this chapter as: Kayser K., Scott J.L. () Helping Children to Cope when a Mother Has Cancer. In: Helping Couples Cope with Women’s Cancers. Some couples find it easier to talk about serious issues than other couples.
Only you and your partner know how you feel about this. The sections below may help you think about ways to communicate that work for both of you.
Share the Decisions. Including your spouse or partner in. This graphic memoir is funny and bright pops of color definitely help, and the author’s story about her battle with breast cancer manages to be both honest and humorous. Helping families cope with cancer. By Laurie Meyers Novem Her goal is to help families and couples cope with the reality of the diagnosis while providing support for the patient and one another.
When families are confronted with a cancer diagnosis, their coping strategies often follow a kind of all-or-nothing approach, Pandit. For some couples, sex therapy may be necessary to help you and your partner cope. It may also help you to hear from some men who have ED and learn about their experiences.
Cancer Information Service – () 4-CANCER. This is a nationwide toll-free telephone program sponsored by the National Cancer Institute. Trained specialists provide information to the public, cancer patients, their families, and health care professionals.
As with any disease, when prostate cancer strikes, its reach goes beyond the patient. Entire families feel the impact. But because treatment for prostate cancer can affect continence and sexual functioning, it can hit at the core of romantic, intimate relationships.
Managing infertility can be a stressful journey for couples. Learn how to work through grief, navigate treatment options, and maintain a strong relationship. From Susan Forward, Ph.D., the New York Times bestselling author of Toxic Parents and Men Who Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them, comes a practical and powerful book that will help couples cope with terrible and toxic in-laws.
Toxic in-laws are in-laws who create genuine chaos through various assaults—aggressive or subtle—on you and your s: Introduction. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide.
Globally, it is also the principal cause of death from cancer among women. 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime .While only a few decades ago the majority of women did not survive breast cancer, advances in medicine and diagnostics and the higher aging of the population have led to an.
The recipes include ingredients found to address the symptoms associated with cancer and cancer treatments. The book’s publisher says these ingredients can help. Having cancer is often one of the most stressful experiences in a person's life. But support groups help many people cope with the emotional aspects of cancer by providing a safe place to share and work through feelings and challenges.
They also allow people to learn from others facing similar situations. By helping children with cancer cope with their illness, this illustrated book approaches their emotions from diagnosis through treatment in a way that they can easily understand and can help describe what they are feeling.
In the story, a young girl uses color to express her full range of emotions as she undergoes cancer treatment. After a 45 year career in nursing helping the bereaved, Elizabeth lost her own husband, and coped by following her own advice.
People who have lost loved ones after many years of marriage or shared lives find it very difficult to cope. The single greatest risk factor for cancer is aging. Our population is living longer and cancer is a disease that occurs in older adults.
There is no clear data, however, showing that certain cancer treatments, when appropriate, should not be offered on the basis of age.
Get help with practical matters. You may be facing practical challenges, such as mounting bills or paperwork related to your partner’s death, along with new responsibilities.
A family lawyer or other trusted advisor may be able to offer counsel and guidance. How couples cope with cancer on Valentine's Day and every day friends and a life outside of their relationship help keep their bond strong.
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