MD Anderson Cancer Center
Problem-Solving Skills Training Helps Mothers of Newly Diagnosed Patients Cope with Stress – CNL
Mothers who have children diagnosed with cancer now have a better approach to address and cope with stresses associated with their child's disease. A new certified intervention, called Problem-Solving Skills Training (PSST), has proven to be more effective long term compared to other psychological methods, such as reflective listening.
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Title: Problem-Solving Skills Training Helps Mothers of Newly Diagnosed Patients Cope with Stress – CNL
Summary: Mothers who have children diagnosed with cancer now have a better approach to address and cope with stresses associated with their child's disease. A new certified intervention, called Problem-Solving Skills Training (PSST), has proven to be more effective long term compared to other psychological methods, such as reflective listening.
Keywords: MD Anderson, Cancer, M.D. Anderson, M. D. Anderson, children, cancer, mothers, stress, cope, Problem-Solving Skills Training, PSST, pediatric
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