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Introduction Joining the palliative care system Empowering patients, finding goals and resources Living with loss Symptom management Anger Palliative care and children Dying and death itself Bereavement support Caring, the privilege and the price Developing counselling skills Concluding remarks Appendix A using family genograms Appendix B contacts and resources Bibliography Index.
John Davy is a Chartered Counselling, Educational and Health Psychologist, and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. His interests include the application of systemic therapies in medical settings, and supervision across professional boundaries. John works part-time in the NHS with older adults. He is a post-graduate tutor and research supervisor at City University in London, where he is also researching towards a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology on clinical supervision in palliative care. Susan Ellis has ten years experience in palliative nursing and is an experienced Clinical Supervisor. It was through her nursing experience that she became interested in the individual's reaction and response to illness, anxiety and repeated loss. This led to an exploration, through reflective practice and self-awareness, of the individual make-up of the health carer and how their personal and professional techniques would enhance or impinge upon patient care. She is currently employed as Lecturer, Manager and Co-ordinator of Saint Francis Hospice's education services in Romford. As part of her MSc in Supervisory and Reflective Practice, she is in the process of researching the impact of Clinical Supervision upon therapeutic relationships.