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  • Tags: Psycho-Oncology

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Many posttraumatic symptoms linked to illness are the result of patients' cognitive struggle with the traumatic event and their failure to process the trauma-related cognitions. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is an efficient way…

Parmi les maladies potentiellement mortelles, le cancer est l'une des plus traumatisantes et des plus génératrices de détresse. Il impacte le sens même de l'identité de l'individu et perturbe chez lui des caractéristiques essentielles, en rapport…

Introduction: The increase in cancer incidence and mortality calls for a search of effective methods to improve patient's quality of life and well-being. Aim: The aim of this article is to present a case study that examined the application of eye…

Research in clinical psycho-oncology is becoming an area of key importance in investigating the effects of the interventions of support and/or psychotherapy with patients. This study was conducted with the aim of evaluating the effectiveness of the…

Of the many life-threatening illnesses, cancer can be one of the most traumatic and distressful. It impacts the individual's sense of identity and interferes with essential features intrinsic to the person's uniqueness and self-awareness. It attacks…

Cancer is not only a debilitating disease; it can also have devastating effects on a patient's mental health and quality of life. Although the literature shows that mortality rates may be improved with the provision of effective treatment, most…

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR(R)), developed in 1987 and proved highly effective in treating psychological disturbances rooted in traumatic memories. It was hypothesised that EMDR(R) would enhance coping in patients traumatised…
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