Changing Minds with Clinical Hypnosis

Changing Minds with Clinical Hypnosis

... Love and Survival, cardiologist Dean Ornish (1998), made a compelling case for the power of human connection in health and well-being. His exhaustive review of the literature on the impact of loneliness and isolation (through death, ...

Author: Laurence Sugarman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000060553

Category: Psychology

Page: 334

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This book is a scientifically current, integrative, and practical guide for understanding clinical hypnosis and its place within a new health care paradigm. Blending four original short stories with a treatise, it alternates narrative prose with health science discourse to create a framework for embracing systemic emotional and relational elements that lie beyond diagnosis, medication, surgery, and psychotherapy. Following the stories of four characters, the authors establish an empirically-grounded conceptualization of the mind, then demonstrate how practical applications of therapeutic hypnosis can help readers use individual and family resources in health and healing. Clinicians will learn to improve their care by embracing emotional, relational, and narrative elements that powerfully affect health beyond diagnosis, medication, surgery, and psychotherapy. Further, health care educators and policy makers will find inspiration that enriches professional training.
Categories: Psychology

Palliative Medicine E Book

Palliative Medicine E Book

This concept resembles the vitality described in palliative care staff.21 Compassion satisfaction22 is derived from ... the development of compassion satisfaction in a palliative care physician (see “Case Study: Compassion Satisfaction, ...

Author: T. Declan Walsh

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9781437721942

Category: Medical

Page: 1520

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As a palliative medicine physician, you struggle every day to make your patients as comfortable as possible in the face of physically and psychologically devastating circumstances. This new reference equips you with all of today's best international approaches for meeting these complex and multifaceted challenges. In print and online, it brings you the world's most comprehensive, state-of-the-art coverage of your field. You'll find the answers to the most difficult questions you face every day...so you can provide every patient with the relief they need. Equips you to provide today's most effective palliation for terminal malignant diseases • end-stage renal, cardiovascular, respiratory, and liver disorders • progressive neurological conditions • and HIV/AIDS. Covers your complete range of clinical challenges with in-depth discussions of patient evaluation and outcome assessment • ethical issues • communication • cultural and psychosocial issues • research in palliative medicine • principles of drug use • symptom control • nutrition • disease-modifying palliation • rehabilitation • and special interventions. Helps you implement unparalleled expertise and global best practices with advice from a matchless international author team. Provides in-depth guidance on meeting the specific needs of pediatric and geriatric patients. Assists you in skillfully navigating professional issues in palliative medicine such as education and training • administration • and the role of allied health professionals. Includes just enough pathophysiology so you can understand the "whys" of effective decision making, as well as the "how tos." Offers a user-friendly, full-color layout for ease of reference, including color-coded topic areas, mini chapter outlines, decision trees, and treatment algorithms. Comes with access to the complete contents of the book online, for convenient, rapid consultation from any computer.
Categories: Medical

The Healing Power of Self Love

The Healing Power of Self Love

Minorities have less access to, and availability of, mental health services. ... STD, and TB Prevention (NCHSTP) Division of Sexually Transmitted Diseases revealed that cases of primary and secondary syphilis in 1999 had the following ...

Author: Oscar Bamwebaze Bamuhigire

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781440101373

Category: Medical

Page: 504

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In the field of alcoholism and drug addiction treatment, there have always been questions for which there were no satisfactory answers: Is substance abuse a problem of discipline or a disease? Why is it that most alcoholics/ drug addicts do not seek for, or receive treatment? Why is it that only 5- 10% of alcoholics/ drug addicts respond to treatment? Why do untreated addicts have a better chance at breaking the bond of addiction than addicts who get treated? Why has the incidence of recovery without the help of formal treatment continued to rise? Are the successes of Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A) nothing more than spontaneous remission? Why are some people able to quit their addiction without treatment, while others only get worse after treatment? Why does treatment have a negative effect? Why are some treatment programs more effective than others? Why has the world continued to experience a steady increase in the rate of addiction and self destruction? Why is it that 1 in 2 Americans has a diagnosable mental disorder each year, and 81 Americans commit suicide every day? Why do non-Hispanic blacks bear a disproportionate burden of disease, injury, death, and disability? Why do the most successful treatment programs for addicts have a spiritual component? Why do non white people suffer from a high rate of substance abuse and self destruction? Why does Africa have the highest rate of suicide, poverty, and disease in the world? Why are some treatment programs more effective than others? Etc. In a unique blend of psychology, psychiatry, metaphysics, medicine, orient and western religions, The Healing Power of Self Love provides answers to these and many more questions. In making its revolutionary contribution to the scientific world, it also explains how addicts can enhance their chances of recovery from addiction through the treatment programs of their choice, by utilizing the ancient tools of discipline, lateral thinking, and insight from the life experiences of the world's greatest leaders. Even though this book was initially designed to meet the needs of alcoholics and drug addicts in treatment, it may be of great value to people who are struggling with other types of addiction, and to those who are faced with major obstacles to their self-realization or self actualization.
Categories: Medical

Oxford Textbook of Public Health Palliative Care

Oxford Textbook of Public Health Palliative Care

Facilities provide for the direct medical care of the patient, but they make it more difficult for network members to ... Death is powerful and shared caring at the end of life is an opportunity to use that power to create collective ...

Author: Julian Abel

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780192607997

Category: Medical

Page: 320

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Death, dying, loss, and care giving are not just medical issues, but societal ones. Palliative care has become increasingly professionalised, focused around symptom science. With this emphasis on minimizing the harms of physical, psychological, and spiritual stress, there has been a loss of how cultures and communities look after their dying, with the wider social experience of death often sidelined in the professionalisation and medicalisation of care. However, the people we know and love in the places we know and love make up what matters most for those undergoing the experiences of death, loss, and care giving. Over the last 25 years the theory, practice, research evidence base, and clinical applications have developed, generating widespread adoption of the principles of public health approaches to palliative care. The essential principles of prevention, harm reduction, early intervention, and health and wellbeing promotion can be applied to the universal experience of end of life, irrespective of disease or diagnosis. Compassionate communities have become a routine part of the strategy and service development in palliative care, both within the UK and internationally. The Oxford Textbook of Public Health Palliative Care provides a reframing of palliative care, bringing together the full scope of theory, practice, and evidence into one volume. Written by international leaders in the field, it provides the first truly comprehensive and authoritative textbook on the subject that will help to further inform developments in this growing specialty.
Categories: Medical

Health Communication in Practice

Health Communication in Practice

A Case Study Approach Eileen Berlin Ray ... It is my belief that the power of life and death is in His tongue, and He can speak things into existence. ... I love my family very much, and we are close, but we are also complicated.

Author: Eileen Berlin Ray

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135619039

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 402

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Health Communication in Practice: A Case Study Approach offers a comprehensive examination of the complex nature of health-related communication. This text contains detailed case studies that demonstrate in-depth applications of communication theory in real-life situations. With chapters written by medical practitioners as well as communication scholars, the cases included herein cover a variety of topics, populations, contexts and issues in health communication, including: *provider-recipient communication and its importance to subsequent diagnosis and treatment; *decision-making; *social identity, particularly how people redefine and renegotiate their social identity; *communication dynamics within families and with health care providers through unexpected health situations; *delivery of health care; and *health campaigns designed to disseminate health-related information and change behaviors. Reflecting the changes in health communication scholarship and education over the past decade, chapters also explore current topics such as delivering bad news, genetic testing, intercultural communication, grieving families, and international health campaigns. A list of relevant concepts and definitions is included at the end of each case to help students make connections between the scenario and the communication theories it reflects. With its breadth of coverage and applied, practical approach, this timely and insightful text will serve as required reading in courses addressing the application of communication theory in a health-related context.
Categories: Health & Fitness

The Healing Power of Storytelling

The Healing Power of Storytelling

See Bischoff , Michael ( glioblastoma brain tumor ) Davie , Chris and Betsy case study . ... 84 , 132-137 , 168 pancreatic , 31-32 relationship of mother and adult son , 137-143 care beyond the exam room , 28-31 care providers evolution ...

Author: Annie Brewster, MD

Publisher: North Atlantic Books

ISBN: 9781623176709

Category: Self-Help

Page: 240

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Reframe your story--and reclaim your life--through the transformative practice of writing and storytelling. When Harvard-trained physician Dr. Annie Brewster was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2001, she realized firsthand that the medical system to which she’d devoted her entire career was failing patients. The experience was dehumanizing. Her doctors weren’t listening. And the confusion, fear, and shame she felt around her diagnosis was preventing her from truly healing, claiming her story, and living her fullest, richest life. The fact is, doctors can give you a life-changing diagnosis, but they’re not equipped to help you deal with the inner fallout: the confusion, anxiety, trauma, and dread that comes after “I have some bad news.” Here, Dr. Brewster shows how writing your own unique healing story can help you process what comes next--to come to terms, create new ways to thrive, and even reclaim your personal power amid fear, change, and uncertainty. Dr. Brewster and journalist Rachel Zimmerman each share their own personal stories, acting as expert guides as you move forward on your healing journey. With exercises, reflections, writing prompts, and stories from other real patients, Dr. Brewster and Zimmerman show how you can: • Process the difficult emotions that come with life-changing diagnosis • Move beyond being the hero of your own story to become the author of your own story • Craft your narrative and share it in whatever medium speaks to you: music, audio, art, or writing • Integrate a traumatic health event into a new and evolving identity • Use applied storytelling techniques to strengthen connections between you and your loved ones (and even your care providers) • Cultivate resilience to move forward amid uncertainty and fear
Categories: Self-Help

Covenants of Life

Covenants of Life

Contemporary Medical Ethics in Light of the Thought of Paul Ramsey Ken Vaux, Sara Anson Vaux, M. Stenberg ... requiring case - by - case analysis of what particular action takes most care of this dying person or that childsubject .

Author: Ken Vaux

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402010532

Category: Medical

Page: 257

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This volume captures a unique exchange between Paul Ramsey and his most prominent colleagues. In one sense it remains a Festschrift in his honor, characterized, at times, by a markedly informal tone. Yet, in the spirit of both the analytical rigor and the self-exposure that marked Ramsey's career, this volume is not simply a tribute to Ramsey's lifework but rather a vehicle for intense conversation and argument about issues of human birth, life, suffering, and death. The editors see it as a state of the art discussion that brings the best insights from Judeo-Christian thought into contact with wider and more public arenas of medical ethics. Of course, such a collection as this grants Ramsey the permission to have the last word. But this final word is entrusted to a mature and remarkably open mind, still sharpening its critical skills and risking exposure to new issues and voices.
Categories: Medical

An Exploration of the Health Benefits of Factors That Help Us to Thrive

An Exploration of the Health Benefits of Factors That Help Us to Thrive

A Special Issue of the International Journal of Behavioral Medicine Gail Ironson, Lynda H. Powell ... Sorokin (1954/2002), in his classic 1954 treatise entitled The Ways and Power of Love, began his “Preface” with the assertion that ...

Author: Gail Ironson

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781317759171

Category: Psychology

Page: 80

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First published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: Psychology

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Author: Commonwealth Shipping Committee

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ISBN: UOM:39015087760651

Category: Shipping

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Sociological Abstracts

Sociological Abstracts

... Relating to Female Circumcision Vary according to Age on Arrival in Britain : A Study among Young Somalis in London ; SA14302 Place , Space and Reputation : The Changing Role of Harley Street in English Health Care ; SA14270 Work ...

Author: Leo P. Chall

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105114637544

Category: Sociology

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CSA Sociological Abstracts abstracts and indexes the international literature in sociology and related disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences. The database provides abstracts of journal articles and citations to book reviews drawn from over 1,800+ serials publications, and also provides abstracts of books, book chapters, dissertations, and conference papers.
Categories: Sociology