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Second Year Required Textbooks
Advanced Genetic Counseling by A CRITICAL NEW APPROACH FOR LEARNING AND THRIVING IN A FIELD OF CHANGE The scope and responsibilities of today's genetic counselors exceed the reasonable capacity of any one educational resource. While the field's first-year curriculum may be relatively fixed, the landscape of what comes after that -- a dizzying mix of practice, ethics, research design, and professional competencies -- is increasingly broad. Advanced Genetic Counseling offers an overdue extension of the field's core curriculum. From navigating ethical dilemmas and potential conflicts of interest to confronting the biases and patterns of thought that can limit counselors'interactions with clients, it prepares readers to face the profession's most challenging aspects with confidence. Drawing on techniques from psychotherapy, social psychology, and health behavior, Advanced Genetic Counseling is an essential resource for trainees and mid-career professionals. It offers a roadmap not just for addressing client needs, but for the future of genetic counseling education.
Publication Date: 2019-10-25
Genetic Counseling Practice: Advanced Concepts and Skills, 2nd edition by The second edition of Genetic Counseling Practice: Advanced Concepts and Skills, provides in-depth content regarding the advanced competencies for meeting patient needs across the changing landscape of genetic counseling practice. The content aligns with the Reciprocal Engagement Model (REM) of practice which integrates the biomedical knowledge and psychosocial aspects of genetic counseling.
This edition has been revised and expanded to reflect advances made in the present-day field. Edited by a team of two genetic counselors and a psychologist, the chapters offer a holistic picture of genetic counseling. Chapter authors are all recognized experts in the profession. The chapters are grounded in evidence-based practice and research. Each chapter includes learning activities to help readers apply concepts and skills. .
Publication Date: 2020-09-09
How to Break Bad News: A Guide for Health Care Professionals by "This short, easy-to-read book . . . has a great potential to improve the way clinicians understand the process of breaking bad news" - Annals of Internal Medicine "At last, we have a wise, useful, readable textbook on the communication of unpleasant information" - New England Journal of Medicine
Call Number: W 62 B925h 1992 Available at the Grunigen Medical Library
Publication Date: 1992-07-01
How to Talk with Families about Genetics and Psychiatric Illness by As we learn more about how our biology and genes can play into the development of a mental health disorder, patients and their families are increasingly seeking answers to tough questions about common risk factors, recurrence, genetic testing, and implications for future generations.
This guide explains just how to address these questions and concerns in a way that's comprehensible and compassionate. Filled with case studies, sample dialogues, and question-and-answer examples, it is an essential roadmap for practitioners, helping them to demystify a complex issue for their clients and equipping them with the accurate, reassuring information they need.
"This book is a remarkable achievement, and essential reading for all mental health clinicians, physicians, and genetic counselors. Peay and Austin have answered the critical need for a resource that prepares clinicians to help individuals and families make sense of the complex and rapidly-advancing field of psychiatric genetics. There is simply no other book like this."--Jordan W. Smoller, MD, ScD, Director, Psychiatric Genetics, Department of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
"A must-read for all mental health and genetics clinicians. Its easy-to-read, question-and-answer format reflects the most common clinical concerns. By providing straightforward, specific language to use with patients, as well as counseling aids, case examples, and practical tips, Peay and Austin help mental health practitioners easily translate research findings into their clinical work."--Christine Finn, PhD, Director, Psychiatry Residency Training Program, and Director, Crises and Consultation Service, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center --Book Jacket.
Call Number: WM 140 P349 2011 Available Grunigen Medical Library
Publication Date: 2011-01-17
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