Grief Counselling

Presenter: Katherine Lodge
Guest: Dr Moira O’Connor
Guest Bio: Dr Moira O’Connor is a Senior Research Fellow at Curtin University’s School of Psychology and Speech Pathology, Dr O’Connor’s programme of research focuses on psycho-social aspects of cancer and palliative care, children of women with a cancer diagnosis, supports and interventions for carers, and bereavement.

Segment Overview
Moira is here to discuss how general practice grief counselling is now considered outdated.



Transcription

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Katherine Lodge: Thank you for listening to Health Professional Radio. I’m Katherine. Our guest is Dr Moira O’Connor. D. O’Connor is a Senior Research Fellow at Curtin University School of Psychology and Speech Pathology. D. O’Connor’s programme of research focuses on the psycho-social aspects of cancer and palliative care, children of women with a cancer diagnosis, support and intervention for carers and bereavement. Moira is here to discuss how general practitioners using grief counselling methods and information, is now considered outdated. Thanks for joining us today.

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