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End-of-Life Issues, Grief, and Bereavement: What Clinicians Need to Know

Huge Savings Item! Save 11% on the End-of-Life Issues, Grief, and Bereavement: What Clinicians Need to Know by Wiley at Biblio Smiles. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. A practical overview of clinical issues related to end-of-lifecare, including grief and bereavement The needs of individuals with life-limiting or

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A practical overview of clinical issues related to end-of-lifecare, including grief and bereavement

The needs of individuals with life-limiting or terminal illnessand those caring for them are well documented. However, meetingthese needs can be challenging, particularly in the absence of awell-established evidence base about how best to help. In thisinformative guide, editors Sara Qualls and Julia Kasl-Godley havebrought together a notable team of international contributors toproduce a clear structure offering mental health professionals aframework for developing the competencies needed to work withend-of-life care issues, challenges, concerns, andopportunities.

Part of the Wiley Series in Clinical Geropsychology, thisthorough and up-to-date guide answers complex questions often askedby patients, their families and caregivers, and helpingprofessionals as well, including:

  • How does dying occur, and how does it vary across illnesses?

  • What are the spiritual issues that are visible in end-of-lifecare?

  • How are families engaged in end-of-life care, and what servicesand support can mental health clinicians provide them?

  • How should providers address mental disorders that appear at theend of life?

  • What are the tools and strategies involved in advanced careplanning, and how do they play out during end-of-life care?

Sensitively addressing the issues that arise in the clinicalcare of the actively dying, this timely book is filled withclinical illustrations, guidance, tips for practice, andencouragement. Written to equip mental health professionals withthe information they need to guide families and others caring forthe needs of individuals with life-threatening and terminalillnesses, End-of-Life Issues, Grief, and Bereavementpresents a rich resource for caregivers for the psychological,sociocultural, interpersonal, and spiritual aspects of care at theend of life.

Also in the Wiley Series in ClinicalGeropsychology

  • Psychotherapy for Depression in Older Adults
  • Changes in Decision-Making Capacity in Older Adults:Assessment and Intervention
  • Aging Families and Caregiving

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