Counseling in the Medical Office

Volume
Volume 2
Issue
Summer 1974
Title
Counseling in the Medical Office
Abstract

The physician who does psychological counseling in his medical office faces some special problems, which are not shared with those doing longer-term psychotherapy. For this reason, he often finds the traditional methods of counseling of limited usefulness to him. He must develop special techniques if he stays within the context of his office practice. A type of in-process counseling is described herein and some suggestions given for techniques which have been found effective in the office of the author. The principles involved center around the scriptural idea of the paraklesis.

Author
Dr. C.M. Berry
Pages
174 - 181
Price
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