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dc.contributor.authorSwift, Trish
dc.identifier.citationSwift, T. (1988) An eclectic approach to counselling aids patients: Jung, gestalt and meditation, Conference paper presented at the inaugural conference of the Psychatric Association of Zimbabwe, Harare, 15- 16 January, 1988.en
dc.descriptionA conference paper on the counseling of HIV/AIDS patients and their families in Zimbabwe.en
dc.description.abstractThe aim of this talk is to explore possible techniques for counselling HIV carriers, AIDS patients and their families, which do not involve extensive in-depth training in therapy. It is recognized that with the exponential growth in numbers of HIV carriers there will not be enough qualified social workers and psychologists to cope with the counselling load. Therefore, it will be necessary to provide training to interested persons who volunteer from the health service churches or as individuals. This training would in some ways resemble that provided by Island Hospice Service to its care givers in Zimbabwe.en
dc.publisherSchool Of Social Work (SSW) (UZ)en
dc.titleAn eclectic approach to counselling aids patients: Jung, gestalt and meditationen
dc.typeConference paperen
dc.rights.holderSchool Of Social Work (SSW), University of Zimbabwe (UZ)en

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