Being with Pain Lesson Two -Web Materials


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Harrison, R. L., & Westwood, M. J. (2009). “Preventing vicarious traumatization of mental health therapists: Identifying protective practices.” Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 46(2), 203-219. (For Purchase)

Mount BM, Boston PH, Cohen SR. Healing connections: on moving from suffering to a sense of well-being.” J Pain Symptom Manage. 2007 Apr; 33(4):372-88.

Zerubavel, Noga & Wright, Margaret. (2012). “The Dilemma of the Wounded Healer”, 2012. Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.). 49. 10.1037/a0027824. (download available)

Mount, Balfour. “Healing and Palliative Care: Charting Our Way Forward.” Palliative Medicine, vol. 17, no. 8, Dec. 2003, pp. 657–658, doi:10.1191/0269216303pm848ed.

Michael J Formica , 5 Steps for Being Present,” Psychology Today Posted Jun 14, 2011

Daneault, Serge. “The wounded healer: can this idea be of use to family physicians?” Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadien vol. 54,9 (2008): 1218-9, 1223-5.

Angeliki Kerasidou, Ruth Horn “Making space for empathy: supporting doctors in the emotional labour of clinical care” BMC Medical Ethics 2016 17:8



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