An easy to use, straightforward guide for helping older people cope with problems associated with transitions, trauma, and stress. An optimistic work designed to make counseling the elderly easier, more successful, and more rewarding. Helps counselors, clergy, senior center outreach workers, therapists, family physicians, helping professionals, psychologists, MFCCs, LCSWs, mental health centers, hospital social service departments, and social workers who deal with the situations that challenge older people.
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Listening with Different Ears is the ideal handbook for all who counsel the elderly. It is replete with good advice and the case histories cover most of the problems that seniors might encounter. The writing is clear and concise. Congratulations to James Warnick for his valuable contribution to Gerontology. --Leonard Hayflick, Ph.D., author of How and Why We Age
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Book Description Q E D Pr, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110936609311