Cognitive therapy for carers: distinguishing fact from fiction


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Ian James, Ian Powell and Katharina Reichelt describe how they encourage carers to monitor their own thoughts as a way of understanding the strong emotions they experience. This knowledge can then help carers to find better strategies for coping with difficult caring situations
Author/s: Ian James, Ian Powell, Katharina Reichelt
Vol: 9, Issue: 6, pp24-26





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