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Fertility counselling / Sue Mack and Julie Tucker.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Baillière Tindall in association with the RCN, 1996.ISBN:
  • 0702019771
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 362.198178 20
Contents:
Ch. 1. Overview of Current Practice in the UK and Other Countries -- Ch. 2. The Causes, Diagnosis and Medical Treatment of Infertility -- Ch. 3. The Psychological Experience and Effects of Infertility -- Ch. 4. Counselling Theories and Skills -- Ch. 5. Who Can Be the Counsellor? -- Ch. 6. What the Client Wants -- Ch. 7. Counselling for the Experience of Infertility.
Summary: This very holistic book addresses the expressed needs of individuals with every type of fertility problem, with factual yet sensitive counselling techniques and approaches. Key features include information on physical and psychological factors relating to fertility and infertility; covers all practical and theoretical aspects of counselling in this field - from preconception issues to natural and assisted pregnancy, adoption, or childlessness; clearly and sensitively written by expert authors, and glossary of terms and appendix of useful addresses. Fertility Counselling will prove invaluable to all those who counsel people with fertility problems.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Ch. 1. Overview of Current Practice in the UK and Other Countries -- Ch. 2. The Causes, Diagnosis and Medical Treatment of Infertility -- Ch. 3. The Psychological Experience and Effects of Infertility -- Ch. 4. Counselling Theories and Skills -- Ch. 5. Who Can Be the Counsellor? -- Ch. 6. What the Client Wants -- Ch. 7. Counselling for the Experience of Infertility.

This very holistic book addresses the expressed needs of individuals with every type of fertility problem, with factual yet sensitive counselling techniques and approaches. Key features include information on physical and psychological factors relating to fertility and infertility; covers all practical and theoretical aspects of counselling in this field - from preconception issues to natural and assisted pregnancy, adoption, or childlessness; clearly and sensitively written by expert authors, and glossary of terms and appendix of useful addresses. Fertility Counselling will prove invaluable to all those who counsel people with fertility problems.