Whole Therapist, Whole Patient: Integrating Reich, Masterson, and Jung in Modern Psychotherapy by Patricia Frisch
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Overview: Integrating the work of Reich, Masterson, and Jung, Whole Therapist, Whole Patient is a step-by-step guidebook for professionals to learn about the psychology of their patients and conduct treatment in a dynamic way. This text combines Reich’s character analyses, Masterson’s work on personality disorders, and Jung’s dream analyses to create a clear typology of character types that therapists can use to understand themselves and their patients. Also included are case management techniques and guidance for working with difficult patients. In addition, readers can turn to the book’s online resources to access a downloadable patient package, case presentation guide, and psychological history form.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical > Medical Psychoanalysis
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How Not to Be My Patient: A Physician’s Secrets for Staying Healthy and Surviving Any Diagnosis by Edward T. Creagan, Sandra Wendel
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 316 MB
Overview: The facts are clear. If you want to be healthy for life, Learn to talk so your doctor will listen.Understand every diagnosis – and realize that you can survive bad news.Follow Dr. Ed’s 8 simple commandments for living well – and you’ll live long enough to cash in your 401(k).Separate hype from hope, especially with perplexing medical headlines and confusing Internet information.
Get insight into what your doctor wasn’t taught in medical school.Combine the best of traditional and complementary treatments.Dr. Edward Creagan has been treating very sick patients for more than 35 years. This audiobook is not just about lifestyle choices, although these are important aspects of Dr. Creagan’s healthy living plan. It is about using your precious minutes in the exam room (the average doctor visit is about 16 minutes), forging the right kind of relationship with your care providers (because that world is changing quickly), and understanding and using the health care system – instead of having the system use (and often abuse) you.
"Creagan responsibly and compassionately covers the many steps readers can take to give themselves the best odds of surviving or avoiding cancer and other diseases." (Publishers Weekly)
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction
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The Patient History: An Evidence-Based Approach to Differential Diagnosis by Mark C. Henderson, Lawrence M. Tierney Jr., Gerald W. Smetana
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Overview: For medical students and other health professions students, an accurate differential diagnosis starts with The Patient History. The ideal companion to major textbooks on the physical examination, this trusted guide is widely acclaimed for its skill-building, and evidence based approach to the medical history.
Now in full color, The Patient History defines best practices for the patient interview, explaining how to effectively elicit information from the patient in order to generate an accurate differential diagnosis. The second edition features all-new chapters, case scenarios, and a wealth of diagnostic algorithms. Introductory chapters articulate the fundamental principles of medical interviewing. The book employs a rigorous evidenced-based approach, reviewing and highlighting relevant citations from the literature throughout each chapter.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical
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The Economist (Intelligence Unit) – Adoption of Patient-Centred Care: Findings and Methodology (2019)
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Overview: We are the research and analysis division of The Economist Group, the sister company to The Economist newspaper.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers
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Patient H69: The Story of My Second Sight by Vanessa Potter
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Overview: We see with our eyes … right? Well, not exactly. In 2012, over the course of 72 hours, Vanessa Potter dramatically lost her sight.
Going blind led Vanessa to turn science sleuth and reinvent herself as Patient H69. As she slowly recovered she began to reveal the reality behind her unique experience.
Opening her eyes onto an unrecognisable black-and-white world with mutating shapes and colours that crackled and fizzed, Vanessa’s recovery turned into a mission to unearth the incredible science behind how and why we perceive the world as we do. Thanks to cutting-edge research she was able to recreate her bizarre and otherworldly visual landscape as a series of remarkable digital images. In this book, we follow the story of Patient H69 as, with the help of neuroscientists from the University of Cambridge, she learns the science of herself, making discoveries that will go on to change the direction of her life.
Vanessa’s account is raw and candid, taking us through the trauma of her sudden sight loss and the impact it had upon both herself and her family. It shows how this remarkable woman opened doors by transforming her terrifying experiences into a scientifically fascinating endeavour.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs
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The Patient Assassin: A True Tale of Massacre, Revenge, and India’s Quest for Independence via Anita Anand
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Overview: The dramatic true tale of a celebrated younger survivor of a 1919 British bloodbath in India, and his ferocious twenty-year marketing campaign of revenge that made him a hero to loads of millions-and spawned a vintage legend.
When Sir Michael O’Dwyer, the Lieutenant Governor of Punjab, ordered Brigadier General Reginald Dyer to Amritsar, he sought after Dyer to carry the tough town to heel. Sir Michael had develop into more and more alarmed on the impact Gandhi was once having on his province, in addition to fresh demonstrations, moves, and presentations of Hindu-Muslim harmony. All this stuff, to Sir Michael, have been a precursor to a 2d Indian rebel. What came about subsequent stunned the sector. An unauthorized accumulating within the Jallianwallah Bagh in Amritsar in April 1919 turned into the point of interest for Sir Michael’s legislation enforcers. Dyer marched his squaddies into the walled lawn, blockading the one go out. Then, with out issuing any order to disperse, he prompt his males to open fireplace, turning their weapons at the thickest portions of the gang, full of over 1000 unarmed males, girls, and kids. For ten mins, the warriors persevered firing, preventing most effective once they ran out of ammunition.
According to legend, eighteen-year-old Sikh orphan Udham Singh was once injured within the assault, and remained surrounded via the lifeless and loss of life till he was once in a position to transport the following morning. Then, he supposedly picked up a handful of blood-soaked earth, smeared it throughout his brow, and vowed to kill the boys accountable. The fact, because the writer has found out, is extra complex-but no much less dramatic. Award-winning journalist Anita Anand traced Singh’s adventure via Africa, the United States, and throughout Europe till, in March 1940, he after all arrived in entrance of O’Dwyer himself in a London corridor able to shoot him down.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs
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