Supportive-expressive group therapy for women with metastatic-breast cancer: Improving access for Australian women through use of teleconference

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  title={Supportive-expressive group therapy for women with metastatic-breast cancer: Improving access for Australian women through use of teleconference},
  author={},
  year={2009}
}
  • Published 2009
While supportive-expressive group therapy (SEGT) has been found to be effective in significantly reducing distress associated with life threatening illness, the challenge in Australia is to develop a means of providing supportive interventions to rural women who may be isolated both by the experience of illness and geographical location. In this study an adaptation of SEGT was provided to women with metastatic breast cancer (N=21) who attended face to face or by telephone conference… CONTINUE READING

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