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Dan Blazer. Emotional Problems in Later Life: Intervention Strategies for Professional Caregivers. New York: Springer Publishing Co., 1990, pp. 260.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 November 2010

Philippe Cappeliez
Affiliation:
School of Psychology, University of Ottawa.

Résumé

Ce livre, qui traite des origines, de l'évaluation et du traitement des problèmes émotionnels de la personne âgée, se présente comme un livre pratique de référence à l'usage des cliniciens. En plus de sujets habituellement couverts dans des ouvrages de ce genre, comme la dépression et les problèmes associés aux maladies physiques, cet ouvrage aborde les problèmes de communication et de collaboration avec la personne âgée et sa famille, ainsi que les interventions susceptibles de favoriser l'épanouissement psychologique et physique à l'âge adulte avancé. Clairement organisé et rédigé, cet ouvrage se caractérise par la concision. Comme tel, il satisfera mieux le clinicien désireux de trouver rapidement une information pratique que le chercheur soucieux d'approfondir une question. Cet ouvrage constitue néanmoins un choix intéressant de manuel pour un cours avancé de premier cycle dans les disciplines qui s'occupent de santé mentale.

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Copyright © Canadian Association on Gerontology 1992

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