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6 edition of Counseling Women with Breast Cancer found in the catalog.

Counseling Women with Breast Cancer

A Guide for Professionals (Women"s Mental Health and Development)

by Merle A. Keitel

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  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Counselling,
  • Nursing & Ancillary Services,
  • Oncology,
  • Patients,
  • Diseases - Breast Cancer,
  • Breast Cancer,
  • Cancer (Psychosocial Aspects),
  • Psychotherapy - Counseling,
  • Health & Fitness,
  • Psychology,
  • Mental Health,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Diseases - Cancer,
  • Social Science / Social Work,
  • Women"s Health - General,
  • Breast,
  • Cancer,
  • Counseling of

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8028519M
    ISBN 100761908331
    ISBN 109780761908333

    Dear Friend: Letters of Encouragement, Humor, and Love for Women with Breast Cancer (Inspirational Books for Women, Breast Cancer Books, Motivational Books for Women, Encouragement Gifts Gina L Mulligan. out of 5 stars Hardcover. $ #5. Chris Beat Cancer: A Comprehensive Plan for Healing Naturally.   The USPSTF recommends that primary care clinicians assess women with a personal or family history of breast, ovarian, tubal, or peritoneal cancer or who have an ancestry associated with breast.

    Results indicated that approximately 8 percent of women without breast or ovarian cancer had two or more first- or second-degree relatives with breast or ovarian cancer. 96 Among women without cancer who had family histories indicating that they would probably benefit from genetic counseling, percent received genetic counseling and Español. Although breast cancer is a disease usually associated with women, men can get it too. Because male breast cancer is rare, there is very limited information on .

    About 1 in 9 Canadian women will get breast cancer in her lifetime and 1 in 30 will die of the disease. 1 Collecting an accurate personal and family history is helpful to identify individuals at increased risk of common health conditions, including cancer. 2 Family physicians generally collect family history at the first visit 3 or as part of a periodic health assessment using a . The first and most publicized study of Spiegel et al. 10 showed that at year follow-up there was a statistically significant survival advantage for women with breast cancer who had participated in group therapy treatment. They lived an average of 18 months longer than control subjects.


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Counseling Women with Breast Cancer by Merle A. Keitel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dr. Keitel takes pride in the accomplishments of the many doctoral students she has mentored over the past 30 years at Fordham University. She is the co-author with Mary Kopala of Counseling Women with Breast Cancer (Sage, ) and the co-editor of the first edition of the Handbook of Counseling Women (Sage, ).

She has written numerous book Cited by: 8. Unlike other works, this volume takes a practice-oriented approach, offering readers a review of the medical, psychological and social aspects of breast cancer.

Using case studies that depict women from diverse backgrounds, this text focuses on current research, interventions, psychological assessment, and addresses the concerns of women.

: Counseling Women with Breast Cancer: A Guide for Professionals (Women's Mental Health and Development) eBook: Keitel, Merle, Kopala, Mary: Kindle Store5/5(1). Counseling women with breast cancer is a niche practice that is a significant but often overlooked part of the Counseling Women with Breast Cancer book cancer treatment protocol.

With appropriate training and experience, mental health clinicians can facilitate medical decision making, manage the side effects of treatments such as chemotherapy and mastectomy, and improve coping skills for Author: Sandra Haber. Keitel, M A & Kopala, MCounseling women with breast cancer: a guide for professionals, Women's mental health and development, volume 5, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, viewed 26 Julydoi: / Keitel, Merle A and Mary Kopala.

Counseling Women with Breast Cancer: A Guide for Professionals. Summary: This comprehensive guide for mental health practitioners and medical professionals addresses the delicate issues surrounding breast cancer and the processes involved in emotional coping and healing.

The book covers concerns of family members as well as women worried about developing breast cancer. This comprehensive guide for mental health practitioners and medical professionals addresses the delicate issues surrounding breast cancer and the processes involved in emotional coping and healing.

The book covers concerns of family members as well as women worried about developing breast cancer. icon back Back to table of contents. In Counseling Women with Breast Cancer: A Guide for Professionals,Women's Mental Health and Development, Volume 5. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc., doi: /n2.

Keitel, Merle A and Mary Kopala. "Breast Cancer: What You Need to Know." Counseling Women with Breast Cancer: A Guide for Professionals. Companion Products Group Psychotherapy for Women With Breast Cancer contains a true wealth of information about the group therapy process, discusses the various experiences of breast cancer patients, and supplies tools that both relatively new and seasoned therapists can rely upon while beginning new groups.

Canadian Journal of Counselling/ Revue canadienne de counseling/, Vol. A Model for Counselling Cancer Patients Ronna F. Jevne Cheryl L. Nekolaichuk F. Helen A. Williamson University of Alberta Abstract Cancer invades the lives of people from all walks of life.

Every counsellor can expect to deal with. Counseling Women About Breast Cancer Screening. MARK H. EBELL, MD, MS, University. of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. • One woman diagnosed with breast cancer will not die. Keitel, M A & Kopala, M'How to do a psychosocial assessment', in Counseling women with breast cancer: a guide for professionals, Women's Mental Health and Development, Volume 5, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, pp.viewed 21 Junedoi: /n5.

Keitel, Merle A and Mary Kopala. Purpose: Women with early-stage breast cancer may still have a future child wish, while chemotherapy may impair fertility. To pursue on fertility preservation shortly after breast cancer diagnosis is complex.

This review holds a critical reflection on all topics that need to be counseled to give them the opportunity to make a well-informed decision before starting any oncological.

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SAGE Business Cases Real world cases at your fingertips. CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. Introduction. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed malignancy in women [].Annually,women worldwide are diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer and are younger than 40 years of age [].As young age is a poor prognostic factor, (neo)adjuvant chemotherapy is frequently advised in this group of women [2, 3].Chemotherapy may however.

One of the most comprehensive and bestselling books on breast cancer treatment and survival, completely revised and updated The sixth edition of Breast Cancer Survival Manual provides essential updates on treatment and care, enhancing the basic information that has made this the most trusted guide for women diagnosed with breast cancer Reviews: Counseling Women About Breast Cancer Screening Am Fam Physician.

Apr 15;93(8) Authors Mark H Ebell 1, Kenneth W Lin 2 Affiliations 1 University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA. 2 Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC, USA. PMID: No abstract available. How It WorksThis program is intended for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the last 6 months, and have children between ages 4 and We help take the guesswork out of finding a good book.

Complete our online form and we will mail you books to you at no cost, within weeks. Breast Cancer risk, incidence, prevalence* •% of women born today will be diagnosed with breast cancer, based on rates, or 1 in 8. •/’ women diagnosed and 22 women/’ women died from breast cancer in •2, women living with breast cancer in Howlader N, et al.

SEER Cancer Statistics Review,National Cancer. Get this from a library. Counseling women with breast cancer: a guide for professionals. [Merle A Keitel; Mary Kopala] -- 'Counseling Women With Breast Cancer' is a comprehensive guide to the issues surrounding breast cancer and the processes involved.

Group Psychotherapy for Women With Breast Cancer is a comprehensive guide to facilitating effective groups for women who have breast cancer. This treatment manual is the end product of years of research involving group psychotherapy for women with breast cancer, research specifically aimed at demonstrating whether group therapy could improve their quality of life .In Breast Cancer, Dr.

Suzanne M. Miller demonstrates her approach to counseling women with breast cancer. The goal of her cognitive–social approach is to help women with the many challenges associated with treatment for breast cancer.Women with a BRCA gene change have a greatly increased risk of getting breast cancer, as well as an increased risk of ovarian cancer, pancreatic cancer, and possibly some other cancers.

Men with a BRCA gene change are at increased risk of breast cancer (although this risk is lower than in women to begin with), prostate cancer, pancreatic cancer.