Self Awareness in Health Care: Engaging in Helping Relationships

Self Awareness in Health Care: Engaging in Helping Relationships

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By (author) Dev M. Rungapadiachy

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  • Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
  • Format: Paperback | 280 pages
  • Dimensions: 155mm x 233mm x 15mm | 427g
  • Publication date: 27 November 2007
  • Publication City/Country: Basingstoke
  • ISBN 10: 0230019889
  • ISBN 13: 9780230019881
  • Sales rank: 773,849

Product description

Being self-aware is particularly important for healthcare professionals who need to manage their cognitive, affective and behavioural self in order to engage effectively in therapeutic relationships. This book examines how self-awareness can be developed and applied in practice by combining theoretical and practical approaches.

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DR. DEV M. RUNGAPADIACHY is Lecturer in Interpersonal Communication, Psychology and Nursing at the University of Leeds, UK. His previous publications include Interpersonal Communication and Psychology for Health Care Professionals: Theory and Practice (1999).

Review quote

'The book is a comprehensive guide on how to develop communication skills. It would be a useful reference for students and qualified nurses who are interested in empowerment, the use of language, developing relationships, stress, aggression, loss and the dynamics of power.' - Nursing Standard

Table of contents

Introduction PART ONE: ON DEVELOPING SELF-AWARENESS: A Way of Engaging Self Awareness PART TWO: SELF-AWARENESS AND THE PERSON'S EXPERIENCE OF ILLNESS Stress, Vulnerability and Self-Awareness Power, Empowerment and Self-Awareness Emotion of Loss and Self-Awareness Anger, Aggression and Self-Awareness PART THREE: COMMUNICATION, ENGAGEMENT, AND THE HELPING RELATIONSHIP The Use of Language and Self-Awareness Interpersonal Communication and Self-Awareness Interpersonal Communication and Interpersonal Skills Engagement and Developing Relationships Concluding Remarks