Cancer patients and their family members often feel very isolated and overwhelmed with powerful feelings that make it difficult for them to talk about their worries and fears.
What do you do if the stress won’t go away and takes over your daily life? It can be helpful to talk to someone who understands these feelings of isolation. Psychotherapy goes beyond the guidance and advice available in rehabilitation clinics or cancer counselling centres: it provides an opportunity for regular conversations over an extended period.
This booklet helps patients and their relatives to find mental balance despite serious illness.
Extensive information from the German Cancer Research Center on how to cope with and manage cancer.
Published by: Kohlhammer (2010)
Published by: Herder, Freiburg; 1st Edition (2004)
Published by: Herder, Freiburg; 1st Edition (2010)