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The Integrated Practitioner: Co-Creating in Health Practice.


The Integrated Practitioner: Co-Creating in Health Practice

Justin Amery

Radcliffe Publishing


182 pages


The Integrated Practitioner; Book 2


Amery, a family practitioner and children's palliative care specialist in the UK, presents the second book in a series that looks at healthcare practice from various perspectives, discussing here the patient-practitioner relationship and how it is co-created through the process of communication. He considers different levels of communication, including sensing and interpreting signs, speaking and listening, thinking, feeling, behaving, storytelling (including narrative therapy), hypnosis, body language, transference and countertransference, acting and roles, dealing with difficult situations, play, ritual, motivation, and decision making, with activities related to each. Distributed in the US by Martin P. Hill Publishing.

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Publication:Reference & Research Book News
Article Type:Book review
Date:Apr 1, 2014
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