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Coping with physical illness

Coping with physical illness

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Published by Plenum Medical Book Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sick -- Psychology,
  • Adjustment (Psychology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Rudolf H. Moos, in collaboration with Vivien Davis Tsu
    ContributionsMoos, Rudolf H., 1934-, Tsu, Vivien Davis, Schaefer, Jeanne A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR726.5 .C68 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22812876M
    ISBN 100306433508
    LC Control Number89016015

    examining coping with chronic illness. Another coping process that falls under the rubric of cognitive coping is social comparison. Social comparison (SC) is a common cognitive process whereby individuals compare themselves to others in order to obtain information about File Size: 46KB. Psychosocial Adaptation to Chronic Illness and Disability: A Primer for Counselors Hanoch Livneh and Richard F. Antonak In this article, the authors discuss 3 broad domains of psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness and disability. These include the dynamics (basic concepts, psychosocial responses, and coping strategies) typically associated.

    Couples Coping With Stress: Emerging Perspectives on Dyadic Coping presents an in-depth look at recent theoretical perspectives and original research on how couples cope with stress, including acute and chronic stress, stresses within and outside of the family, and Pages: When depressive symptoms are related to the physical illness or the side effects of medication, your doctor may need to adjust or change your treatment. When the depression is a separate problem.

    Coping with Chronic Illness is the perfect resource for those who struggle as well as for their families and friends, lay counselors, medical professionals, and pastors. Author Bio Lynn Ellis holds a BS deree and has received substantial training in pain management.5/5(4). Not only is it natural to be concerned about physical illness, but the uncertainty about a spreading virus can increase your stress level as well. The coping skills that work for you may vary.


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This book discusses how human beings cope with serious physical ill ness and injury. A conceptual model for understanding the process of coping with the crisis of illness is provided, and basic adaptive tasks and types of coping skills are identified.

The major portion of the book is organized around various types of physical illness. These physical illnesses, which almost all people face. This book discusses how human beings cope with serious physical ill­ ness and injury.

A conceptual model for understanding the process of coping with the crisis of illness is provided, and basic adaptive tasks and types of coping skills are identified. The major portion of the book is organized around various types of physical by: This book discusses how human beings cope with serious physical ill­ ness and injury.

A conceptual model for understanding the process of coping with the crisis of illness is provided, and basic adaptive tasks and types of coping skills are identified. The major portion of the book is organized around various types of physical illness.

The first half of the book covers coping with selected health crises, such as birth defects and perinatal death, childhood and adult cancer, and chronic physical.

Glennon Doyle Melton brings readers through a variety of hilarious and touching life moments as she deals with recovering from alcohol addiction, motherhood, chronic illness, and being a Author: Marisa Zeppieri. Get this from a library. Coping with physical illness.

[Rudolf H Moos; Vivien Davis Tsu; Jeanne A Schaefer;] -- First published in hardcover in Chapters explore dealing with birth defects and perinatal death, childhood and adult cancer and other chronic.

Get this from a library. Coping with physical illness. [Rudolf H Moos;] -- I. Overview and Perspective.- 1. The Crisis of Physical Illness: An Overview.- II. The Crisis of Illness: Stillbirth and Birth Defects.- 2. Chronic Grief.- 3. Maternal Reaction to the Loss of. Coping with Physical Illness: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Skip to main content.

Try Prime Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account. Coping with Physical Illness 2: New Perspectives. Editors (view affiliations) I offer a unified conceptual approach for understanding the process of coping with the crisis of physical illness and identifying the underlying adaptive tasks and domains of coping skills involved in this process.

The first half of the book covers coping with. Coping with Physical Illness Volume 2: New First published in hardcover in Chapters explore dealing with birth defects and perinatal death, childhood and adult cancer and other chronic conditions, and leukemia in : Rudolf Moos.

Coping with physical illness, Volume 1 Contemporary Topics in Mental Health Series Current topics in mental health Coping with Physical Illness, Vivien Davis Tsu: Authors: Rudolf H. Moos, Vivien Davis Tsu, Jeanne A.

Schaefer: Editors: Rudolf H. Moos, Vivien Davis Tsu: Publisher: Plenum Medical Book Co., Original from: the University of. This book discusses how human beings cope with serious physical ill ness and injury.

A conceptual model for understanding the process of coping with the crisis of illness is provided, and basic adaptive tasks and types of coping skills are identified. The major portion of the book is organized around various types of physical : Rudolf Moos.

Coping with Physical Illness: 2: New Perspectives This book provides new ideas about how patients and their fami­ lies cope with serious health crises. Biomedical knowledge has expanded abruptly in the past decade during which time diag­ nostic and treatment procedures have become unusually specific and effective.

Pages: Effects of Chronic Illness. When you have a chronic illness, pain and fatigue may become a frequent part of your day. Physical changes from a disease process may affect your appearance. These. In some cases, people can worry themselves sick—literally—and some research links stress directly to illness.

Today, most researchers use a biopsychosocial model to explain disease. According to the biopsychosocial model, physical illness results from a complicated interaction among biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors.

Coping with mental illness is a challenge that many of us will experience it at some point in our lives.

Given this reality, it is essential to learn the skills and tools we can use to combat the negative effects of mental illness. Drugs/biology (physical exercise, diet, sexual health, substance use).

Books shelved as physical-illness: My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult, The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, Extraordinary Means by Robyn Schneider, Ever. An event that causes an illness in a person may not cause illness in other person.

Events must interact with a wide variety of background factors to manifest as an illness. Among the factors that influenced the susceptibility to stress are genetic vulnerability, coping Cited by: (). Coping With Physical Illness: Vol. New Perspectives (Book) Journal of Clinical Child Psychology: Vol.

15, No. 4, pp. Introduction. I recently had an opportunity to read this excellent book written by Social Worker Kenneth Sharoff. It presents a model of therapy he calls “Cognitive Coping Theory” (CCT) and applies this model to working with individuals who have chronic (or life limiting) and terminal illnesses.

1. Psychiatry Med. Apr;1(2) Physical illness, the individual and the coping processes. Lipowski ZJ. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]Cited by:   Attempts to build a foundation for practitioners as they deal with the problems of the quadriplegic, the child with cancer, the newborn with birth defects, and with other tragedies.It also discusses physical ways of coping.

These include deep breathing, walking in nature, practicing gentle movement, muscle relaxation, and even singing. Emotional methods of coping mentioned in the book include writing, making a gratitude list, and listening to or playing music.

Finally, SAMHSA cites relational ways of coping.