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Cognitive therapy for carers: distinguishing fact from fiction

Ian James, Ian Powell and Katharina Reichelt describe how they encourage carers to monitor their own thoughts as a way of understanding the strong emotions they experience. This knowledge can then help carers to find better strategies for coping with difficult caring situations

Additional Titles
Journal of Dementia Care
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Key Information

Type of Reference
Mgzn
Publisher
Hawker
ISBN/ISSN
1351-8372
Resource Database
Social care online
Publication Year
2001
Volume Number
9
Start Page
24-26