Self Awareness in Health Care

Self Awareness in Health Care : Engaging in Helping Relationships

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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 more

Product details

  • Paperback | 280 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 15mm | 427g
  • Palgrave MacMillan
  • Basingstoke, United Kingdom
  • English
  • biography
  • 0230019889
  • 9780230019881
  • 995,514

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 Standardshow more

About Dev M. Rungapadiachy

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).show more

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 more