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1. Counseling Clients Near the End of Life 2. Ethical Challenges when Counseling Clients Nearing the End of Life 3. Diversity Considerations with Clients who are Dying 4. Advance Directives 5. Lifespan Considerations 6. Mental Health Symptom Management 7. Cognitive Impairment Near the End of Life 8. Counseling the Caregivers of Clients Who are Near the End of Life 9. Complicated Grief and the End-of-Life: Risk Factors and Treatment Considerations 10. Team Issues
James L. Werth, Jr., PhD, is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) Program in Counselling Psychology at Radford University, Virginia. He served as the Associate Editor for End-of-Life issues for the journal Death Studies for many years. Dr. Werth has published/edited/co-edited approximately 100 articles/book chapters, several special journal issues, and several books, primarily focused on end-of-life issues, ethics, suicide, and HIV disease. As the American Psychological Association's 1999-2000 HIV Congressional Policy Fellow, he worked in the office of Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) on HIV, aging, and end-of-life issues. Dr. Werth is a licensed psychologist who provides pro bono counselling. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Virginia Rural Health Association, is the Rural Health Co-ordinator for the Virginia Psychological Association, and is a member of the American Psychological Association's Committee on Disability Issues in Psychology.