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The Therapeutic Relationship in Complementary Health Care, 1st Edition

Authors :
Annie Mitchell & Maggie Cormack
Research-based and clinically relevant, the authors explore the crucial role of 'non-specific' aspects of treatment, such as trust, care, positive expectations and understanding in the healing process. It has much to offer all health care professiona ...view more
Research-based and clinically relevant, the authors explore the crucial role of 'non-specific' aspects of treatment, such as trust, care, positive expectations and understanding in the healing process. It has much to offer all health care professionals concerned with holistic practice and with helping patients to promote their own health.
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Research-based and clinically relevant, the authors explore the crucial role of 'non-specific' aspects of treatment, such as trust, care, positive expectations and understanding in the healing process. It has much to offer all health care professionals concerned with holistic practice and with helping patients to promote their own health.

Key Features
  • Covers a very topical area
  • Patient-centred approach very current
  • Uses published research and established theory to develop a model of the process of healing--authoritative and practical
  • Relevant to all healthcare workers, including holistic care practitioners, doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists

    Author Information
    By Annie Mitchell, BSc, MA, MSc, Cpsychol, Lecturer in Psychology and Clinical Director, Doctorate in Clinical and Community Psychology, School of Psychology, Washington Singer Building, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK and Maggie Cormack, BA, MA, MPsychol, PhD, AFBPsS, Cpsychol, Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Psychology, Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exter, Exter, UK