Tools and methods for effective communication between caregivers and patients
Trim size in cm: 17x24cm
Publication date: 01/11/2021
The volume illustrates counseling skills / techniques to socio-health professionals, intended as transversal relational-communicative skills for establishing a competent, structured and targeted dialogue with patients and family members, moving away from the standard question / answer format.
Through case examples, evaluation forms and numerous methodological suggestions, health care professionals will learn to establish profitable interpersonal relationships with patients and family members and to achieve greater emotional well-being, recognizing stressors and preventing burnout.
Counselling in the socio-healthcare setting: principles and fundamentals
Listening, welcoming an understanding in caregiving relationships
Problem solving counseling and informative counseling
Counselling techniques in relationships with users and family members
Active listening: methods and techniques
At home, in the hospital, in care homes: which skills for which contexts
Communication with the user: promoting adaptation, acceptance and autonomy
Counselling techniques with a person with dementia
The relationship with the caregiver: giving appropriate answers and accompanying change