When Professionals Weep Emotional and Countertransference Responses in End-of-Life Care
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Description: End-of-life care is a specialized area of work that crosses a number of academic and professional disciplines, including social work, counselling, physical medicine, geriatrics, nursing, counselling, psychology and social work. This text considers some of the most important issues in this diverse field.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publication date: 3/15/2006
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
|About the Editors|
|Series Editor's Foreword|
|When Our Personal Selves Influence Our Professional Work: An Introduction to Emotions and Countertransference in End-of-Life Care|
|Special Issues in End-of-Life Care|
|Suffering and the Caring Professional|
|Caregiving of the Soul: Spirituality at the End of Life|
|The Seduction of Autonomy: Countertransference and Assisted Suicide|
|Futility and Beneficence: Where Ethics and Countertransference Intersect in End-of-Life Care|
|Client, Clinician, and Supervisor: The Dance of Parallel Process at the End of Life|
|Specific Populations and Settings|
|The Influence of Culture and Ethnicity on End-of-Life Care|
|Torture, Execution, and Abandonment: The Hospitalized Terminally Ill and Countertransference|
|Surviving the Holocaust Only to Face Death Again: Working with Survivors at the End of Life|
|The Horror and Helplessness of Violent Death|
|Professionalism and Our Humanity: Working with Children at the End of Life|
|When the Face across the Room Reflects My Own: On Being a Psychotherapist and a Bereaved Parent|
|Before and After My Fiancee's Death: Beliefs about Rational Suicide and Other End-of-Life Decisions|
|Complex Bonds: A Personal-Professional Narrative|
|Implications for Practice: Models to Address Countertransference in End-of-Life Care|
|The Respectful Death Model: Difficult Conversations at the End of Life|
|Emotional Barriers to Discussing Advance Directives: Practical Training Solutions|
|A Group Intervention to Process and Examine Countertransference near the End of Life|
|The Journey Inside: Examining Countertransference and Its Implications for Practice in End-of-Life Care|