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Author Gray, Benjamin.
Title Face to face with emotions in health and social care / Benjamin Gray.
Imprint New York, NY : Springer, 2012.

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Author Gray, Benjamin.
Subject Emotions -- Health aspects.
Emotions -- Social aspects.
Emotions.
Allied Health Personnel -- psychology.
Professional-Family Relations.
Professional-Patient Relations.
Philosophy (General)
Public health.
Nursing.
Social work.
Applied psychology.
Psychology, clinical.
Psychotherapy and Counseling.
Health Psychology.
Public Health/Gesundheitswesen.
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OHIOLINK SPRINGER EBOOKS    ONLINE  
View online
Author Gray, Benjamin.
Subject Emotions -- Health aspects.
Emotions -- Social aspects.
Emotions.
Allied Health Personnel -- psychology.
Professional-Family Relations.
Professional-Patient Relations.
Philosophy (General)
Public health.
Nursing.
Social work.
Applied psychology.
Psychology, clinical.
Psychotherapy and Counseling.
Health Psychology.
Public Health/Gesundheitswesen.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Description 1 online resource (xi, 191 pages)
Contents Introduction to Literature and Key Concepts -- Health and Social Care Policy and Practice -- The Local Areas and Services -- Sample, Methods, and Methodology -- Emotions and Nursing -- Learning to Care in Student Nursing -- The Clinical Contexts of Emotional Labor -- Emotions in Frontline Social Care -- Emotions, Ethnicity, and the Case of Child Protection -- Managing Emotions in Education and Supervision.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Among the earliest lessons learned by care providers are those concerning the emotions: understanding those of clients, and not letting one’s own interfere with providing quality care. And since so many clients have been scarred by serious illness or traumatic events, this instruction is not only crucial but must be updated regularly for professionals to stay engaged with clients and avoid burnout The collective experience of the more than fifty providers, clients, and family members interviewed in Face to Face with Emotions in Health and Social Care reinforces these vital lessons, illustrating the centrality of emotions to the caring professions, the challenges they present in clinical contexts, and their therapeutic potential. Interviewees’ candid discussion of mental illness, child abuse, HIV/AIDS, and other traumas demonstrate the emotional nuances involved in providing intervention, encouragement, and support. And chapters build on recent social theory and research on emotional regulation and social capital to explore key affective issues in the healing professions, such as: Emotional labor in health and social care. Building a language and a picture of emotions. Gender divisions in emotional labor. Tensions between emotional support and social control in mental health care. Emotions and cultural and religious sensitivity. Managing emotional labor in education and supervision. The profound lessons found in Face to Face with Emotions in Health and Social Care benefit a wide range of frontline health and mental health providers, including therapists, nurses, and counselors, at all stages of their careers. From the Reviews… Face to Face with Emotions in Health and Social Care offers profound insights into the labour of emotions in nursing and social work. The positive therapeutic potential of engaging with people's emotions is observed and assessed. Lessons are drawn fromstudies in primary care, AIDS/ HIV, children's oncology, mental health, refugee exile, disadvantaged groupsand child protection. The book describes the ways that nurses and social care staff learn to care and engage people's emotionsin education and training. Thebook is a must read for nurses, social workers, counsellors, therapists, psychologists and frontline staff who have to 'read', manage and help people cope with feelings of trauma, fear, abuse, illness and death. The book suggests that engaging with the so-called "little things" of people's emotions is the building block of supportive, therapeuticand frontline care. -- Dr. Monica Noronha, University of Kent.
ISBN 9781461434023 (electronic bk.)
1461434025 (electronic bk.)
1461434017
9781461434016
9781461434016
OCLC # 793727758
Additional Format Print version: Gray, Benjamin. Face to face with emotions in health and social care. New York : Springer, 2012 9781461434016 (DLC) 2012935697 (OCoLC)773670727