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CD Tracks
Section 1
--Track #1 - Effectively Using RET to Treat Shock, Anger, & Fear
Section 2
--Track #2 - How to Gain Control & Move Beyond Guilty Feelings
Section 3
--Track #3 - The 3-Step Uncertainty Training Technique
Section 4
--Track #4 - It’s Ok to Say “Cancer” - 5 Guidelines
Section 5
--Track #5 - Essential Guidelines for Initiating a Conversation About Cancer
Section 6
--Track #6 - 'What can I do?' - 6 Helpful Actions for a Loved One Coping with Cancer
Section 7
--Track #7 - Teaching Your Client 3 Ways to Comfort the Caregiver
Section 8
--Track #8 - Using the 2-Step Effective Confrontation Technique in the Workplace
Section 9
--Track #9 - Three Interventions for the Caregiver’s Guide to Well Being
Section 10
--Track #10 - 5 Strategies for Mastering the Dynamics of Anger
Section 11
--Track #11 - Time Management Techniques to Help Your Client Avoid the Supercaregiver Trap
Section 12
--Track #12 - How to Effectively Use 'Cancer Thought Time' with Obsessive Clients
Section 13
--Track #13 - Teaching Parents How to Help Children Cope
Section 14
--Track #14 - 2 Productive Techniques for Child Affect Integration

Instructor's Guide for CD Training
Part I: Inservice Training Instructor's Guide for CD
Part II: Manual of Articles

--Understanding Beliefs and Meaning in the Cancer Experience
Section 16
--Defining Beliefs and Meaning in the Cancer Experience
Section 17
--Indentifying and Managing Grief
Section 18
--Coping with Cancer, Part I
Section 19
--Coping with Cancer, Part II
Section 20
--Coping with Cancer, A Summary
Section 21
--Terminal Illness and Altering the Attachment Bond
Section 22
--Clinical Implications of Family Resilience
Section 23
--Developing Resilience within the Family
Section 24
--Marital Attachment and Cancer
Section 25
--Men's Adjustment to Their Partner's Breast Cancer: A Dyadic Coping Perspective
Section 26
--Mind Over Cancer
Section 27
--Selected Readings Bibliography/Authors/Instructors
Section 28
--Appendix: Reproducible Client WorksheetsCourse Learning Objectives