Nursing Ethics. 1997 Jan; 4(1): 39-48.
Philosophical counselling is an approach that aims to assist people to deal with life events in an effective manner. As such, it is of interest to nurses who are concerned with helping clients who require assistance effectively to manage life events. The approach utilizes both ancient and contemporary philosophical promises and theories. On the promise side, it offers the belief that philosophy can be concerned with providing answers to the question of how people ought to live a good or healthy life. On the theory side, it offers the belief that philosophical inquiry and theory can help people towards such answers. Thus the theory and practice of philosophical counselling is relevant to nurses whose practice aims to promote in their clients a good or healthy lifestyle. The practice of philosophical counselling, in a substance abuse centre, will be explored to demonstrate the theory and methods of the approach.
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Savage, Peter (1997-01)
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Savage, Wendy; McGarry, John; Filshie, Marcus; Clayton, Barbara; Diggory, Peter; McGillivray, Ian; Frith, Kathleen; Macnaughton, Malcolm; Huntingford, Peter; Fisher, Fleur; Paintin, David (1997-05-31)