Therapeutic Communication for Health Professionals https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0073402087.jpeg 3 2011 9780073402086 Interpersonal Skills and Health Professional Issues, third edition, prepares students for effective communication in a health professional role. The text provides the skills and strategies needed for health professionals to engage and better motivate patients. The text offers an ideal model for nonverbal communication and emphasizes how to read the “unspoken message”. Interpersonal Skills and Health Professional Issues is unique in its comprehensiveness, covering the communications and emotional experiences of the patient world and a framework for multicultural understanding. Case studies and exercises enhance the textbook experience, providing readers with a deeper understanding of how to reach patients and their families.
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Therapeutic Communication for Health Professionals

Therapeutic Communication for Health Professionals, 3rd Edition

ISBN10: 0073402087 | ISBN13: 9780073402086
By Cynthia Adams, Peter Jones

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Interpersonal Skills and Health Professional Issues, third edition, prepares students for effective communication in a health professional role. The text provides the skills and strategies needed for health professionals to engage and better motivate patients. The text offers an ideal model for nonverbal communication and emphasizes how to read the “unspoken message”. Interpersonal Skills and Health Professional Issues is unique in its comprehensiveness, covering the communications and emotional experiences of the patient world and a framework for multicultural understanding. Case studies and exercises enhance the textbook experience, providing readers with a deeper understanding of how to reach patients and their families.

About the Authors

Foreword

Brief Content

Table of Contents

Preface

Acknowledgements

PART 1 Foundations of Counseling and Communication

Chapter 1 Body Language and Nonverbal Communication

Chapter 2 Basics Skills in Verbal Communication

PART 2 Foundations for Understanding Human Behavior

Chapter 3 Basic Psychology

Chapter 4 Mental Health and Adaptive Disorders

Chapter 5 Death and Dying

Chapter 6 Developmental: Early Childhood and Adolescence

Chapter 7 Developmental Issues: Senescence

Chapter 8 Addiction

Chapter 9 The Role of Counseling in Prevention

PART 3 Issues for Health Professionals

Chapter 10 Interdisciplinary Communication

Chapter 11 Professional Ethics

Chapter 12 Abuse and Discrimination

Chapter 13 Legal Concerns

Chapter 14 Multicultural Health Issues

Glossary

Index

About the Author

Cynthia Adams

Peter Jones

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