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Therapy with the dying personEdit

Authors such as Kubler-Ross have long advocated the importance of facing our own mortality to work effectively with dying people. However, to what extent is this possible if we are not facing life-limiting illness? The current societal and health care context coupled with our own psychological defences mean that the experience of life-limiting illness in our clients, or ourselves, poses a number of dilemmas.

Facing our own mortality as therapistsEdit

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