Surviving cancer competently intervention program (SCCIP): a cognitive-behavioral and family therapy intervention for adolescent survivors of childhood cancer and their families.

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Psychological reactions to having had childhood cancer often continue after treatment ends, for survivors and their parents. Based on our previous research, we developed an intervention program for adolescent survivors of childhood cancer, their parents, and siblings. Surviving Cancer Competently: An Intervention Program--SCCIP--is a one-day family group… (More)

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@article{Kazak1999SurvivingCC, title={Surviving cancer competently intervention program (SCCIP): a cognitive-behavioral and family therapy intervention for adolescent survivors of childhood cancer and their families.}, author={Anne E. Kazak and Steven Simms and Lamia P Barakat and Wendy L. Hobbie and Bernadette A. Foley and Valerie Golomb and Melissa Best}, journal={Family process}, year={1999}, volume={38 2}, pages={175-91} }