Cancer in Our Family: Helping Children Cope with a Parent's Illness

Kobo ebook | August 23, 2013

bySue P. Heiney, PhD, RN, Joan F. Hermann, MSW, LSW

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A parent's cancer diagnosis can be extremely stressful for children, whether they're toddlers or teenagers, and this helpful, calming guide teaches parents how to talk to children and help allay their fears. With expert advice on the latest psychosocial approaches to helping children cope, this guide helps parents teach children about the diagosis, treatment, potential recurrences of the illness, and terminal illness. It offers a chapter on understanding psychosocial support services and how to use them. An illustrated activity section is also included and helps even the youngest children record their thoughts and feelings so they can learn how to navigate through this emotional time.

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A parent's cancer diagnosis can be extremely stressful for children, whether they're toddlers or teenagers, and this helpful, calming guide teaches parents how to talk to children and help allay their fears. With expert advice on the latest psychosocial approaches to helping children cope, this guide helps parents teach children about ...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:August 23, 2013Publisher:American Cancer SocietyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1604432187

ISBN - 13:9781604432183

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