Psychotherapeutic treatment of cancer patients

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Free Press, Collier Macmillan , New York, London
Cancer -- Treatment, Psychotherapy, Cancer -- Psychological aspects, Neoplasms -- Therapy, Psychoth
Statementedited by Jane G. Goldberg.
ContributionsGoldberg, Jane G. 1946-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC271.P79 P78
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvi, 364 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3788856M
ISBN 10002911960X
LC Control Number81066326

When this book first appeared init was the first to deal comprehensively with major issues in the psychotherapeutic treatment of cancer patients.

It remains the standard volume in the field, drawing together a broad spectrum of work using psychological approaches to treatment of cancer patients and to understanding the disease's sociological and psychological : Paperback. Psychotherapy and the Treatment of Cancer Patients addresses the need for a more integrated care of cancer patients within hospitals which pays attention to the mental anguish as well as physical distress caused by the disease.

This book is based on Lawrence Goldie's own research with cancer patients, which has shown that psychoanalytic psychotherapy together with general medical care can significantly help dying patients 5/5(2).

Psychotherapy and the Treatment of Cancer Patients addresses the need for a more integrated care of cancer patients within hospitals which pays attention to the mental anguish as well as physical distress caused by the disease.

This book is based on Lawrence Goldie's own research with cancer patients, which has shown that psychoanalytic psychotherapy together with general medical care can significantly help dying patients.

Psychological Treatment of Patients With Cancer offers a succinct but comprehensive guide to psycho-oncological practice. Designed to build a foundation of knowledge that tackles the depth and breadth of the field, this volume includes a range of psychological interventions aimed at helping patients cope with cancer : This book is based on Lawrence Goldie's own research with cancer patients, which has shown that psychoanalytic psychotherapy together with general medical care can significantly help dying patients cope with the pain and suffering associated with the g on this research, the book advocates a more holistic approach to the cancer patient and suggests ways in which more expert.

This book is based on Lawrence Goldie's own research with cancer patients, which has shown that psychoanalytic psychotherapy together with general This book is based on Lawrence Goldie's own research with cancer patients, which has shown that psychoanalytic psychotherapy together with general medical care can significantly help dying patients cope with the pain and suffering associated /5(2).

Psychotherapy and the Treatment of Cancer Patients: Bearing Cancer in Mind Lawrence Goldie Psychotherapy and the Treatment of Cancer Patientsaddresses the need for a more integrated care of cancer patients within hospitals which pays attention to the mental anguish as well as physical distress caused by the disease.

When this book first appeared init was the first to deal comprehensively with major issues in the psychotherapeutic treatment of cancer patients. It remains the standard volume in the field, drawing together a broad spectrum of work using psychological approaches to treatment of cancer patients and to understanding the disease’s sociological and psychological implications.

This book is a much needed resource on psychotherapeutic techniques useful for the psychological care of cancer patients." (Doody's, 24 February ) "Designed to address the specific needs of cancer patients, their families, and their caregivers, the Handbook of Psychotherapy in Cancer Care provides an introduction to psychological therapies within the young discipline of psycho-oncology.

Being diagnosed with cancer and undergoing subsequent treatment can produce high levels of distress among patients. Several psychotherapeutic approaches have sought to help cancer patients. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint, with new introd. Originally published: New York: Free Press, © Description.

CALM is a novel psychotherapy intervention designed to fill that void. Rodin said the program was evaluated in patients with advanced cancer evenly randomized to either CALM (n = ) or usual care (n = ). The Patient Health Questionnaire-9 was used to measure depressive symptoms.

Get this from a library. Psychotherapeutic treatment of cancer patients. [Jane G Goldberg;]. Psychotherapy and the Treatment of Cancer Patients addresses the need for a more integrated care of cancer patients within hospitals which pays attention to the mental anguish as well as physical distress caused by the disease.

This book is based on Lawrence Goldie's own research with cancer patients, which has shown that psychoanalytic psychotherapy together with general medical 5/5(1). Abstract. Three basic therapeutic approaches applicable to the majority of cancer patients are outlined and illustrated with case vignettes.

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They are: (1) Initial catharsis and validation of feelings, (2) Restoring communication impaired by denial, and (3) Understanding the psychological meaning of the illness. Managing cancer and living meaningfully (CALM) therapy is a brief, evidence-based, semistructured intervention that provides a framework to address practical issues, such as navigating the health care system and treatment decisions, and existential issues.

When this book first appeared init was the first to deal comprehensively with major issues in the psychotherapeutic treatment of cancer patients. It remains the standard volume in the field, drawing together a broad spectrum of work using psychological approaches to treatment of cancer patients and to understanding the disease's sociological and psychological implications.

Distinguished. The Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Cancer Patients - Ebook written by Jane G. Goldberg. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, Author: Jane G. Goldberg. Book Description.

Psychotherapy and the Treatment of Cancer Patients addresses the need for a more integrated care of cancer patients within hospitals which pays attention to the mental anguish as well as physical distress caused by the disease.

This book is based on Lawrence Goldie's own research with cancer patients, which has shown that psychoanalytic psychotherapy together with general. Psychotherapy and the Treatment of Cancer Patients challenges the existing orthodoxies about palliative care and points to ways in which the principles and methods of psychoanalysis can be applied successfully to cancer care within the hospital context.

Copyright: Book Details Book Quality: Publisher Quality ISBN Related ISBNs. Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Cancer Patients book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. When this book first appeared init w Pages:   Psychotherapy, also called talk therapy, is a type of therapy that helps patients with emotional difficulties or mental illness cope with their issues.

1 Numerous types of psychotherapy are. A new type of cancer doctor is treating these patients, helping them survive longer and heal faster. They are not medical doctors, they are psychologists using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to treat cancer patients.

CBT is a short-term, goal-oriented psychotherapy treatment that takes a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving. His Psychotherapy and the Treatment of Cancer Patients: Bearing Cancer in Mind was published in More titles by Lawrence Goldie.

Jane Desmarais is Deputy Head of English in the Department of English & Comparative Literature at Goldsmiths, University of London. Cancer is associated with significant psychosocial morbidity. Although psychodynamic psychotherapy is a valuable intervention for some cancer patients, this modality has been underutilized because psychotherapy with medically ill patients has been linked historically to work with patients who have psychosomatic illnesses.

For the management of their distress, cancer patients are more likely to prefer psychotherapeutic interventions to pharmacotherapy, and psychotherapy is known to be effective for the management of.

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Feeling angry, upset, and exhausted are normal reactions to the diagnosis, treatment, and the period following active treatment. Chronic stress. Worries about bills, side effects, relapse, and other normal concerns are typical of breast cancer patients both before and after treatment.

Talking with a licensed psychologist can be helpful. Cancer patients display wide variations in their reactions to stress associated with cancer (Moorey, ). An individual's personality influ­ ences the response to cancer diagnosis and treatment, and is a valuable strength if respected, understood, and assessed.

It is our belief that. For the management of their distress, cancer patients are more likely to prefer psychotherapeutic interventions to pharmacotherapy, and psychotherapy is known to be effective for the management of depression among advanced cancer patients.

Hence, psychotherapy is an important treatment strategy for alleviating their depression. NCI's popular patient education publications are available in a variety of formats.

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She is the editor of APA's Clinical Health Psychology book series and the author of Psychological Treatment for Cancer Patients. Dr. Dornelas is a Fellow in APA Division 29 (Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy) and has more than 20 years of experience in providing psychological services to medical patients.Depression and Cancer is devoted to the interaction between these disorders.

The book examines various aspects of this comorbidity and describes how the negative consequences of depression in cancer could be avoided or ameliorated, given that effective depression treatments for cancer patients .Psychotherapy for Cancer. For Patients and Survivors.

The National Cancer Institute reports that 15 to 25 percent of cancer patients experience depression. Men and women are equally affected. Cancer calls into question our most fundamental assumptions that we are safe, healthy and in control of our lives.