[Episode 105 of The Intentional Clinician Podcast]
In this episode, Paul Krauss MA LPC is joined by Joelle Prevost RCC (a Registered Clinical Counselor in British Columbia, Canada) for a discussion on managing chronic illness and her new book, “Managing Personal, Emotional, and Social Aspects of Chronic Illness: A Workbook.” Joelle discusses the methods in which one could learn to manage their life, even when living with a chronic condition that may never improve, drawing on her own experience as well as her work with many clients who are managing chronic illness. Joelle talks about the complexities between “acceptance” and “giving up” as well as the difficulties in communicating with family members, medical professionals, and other people. In her approach to assisting people with chronic illnesses regain more autonomy and balance in their lives, Joelle is upbeat yet practical.
Previously Paul Krauss MA LPC interviewed Joelle Prevost RCC about her book “The Conversation Guide: How to Skillfully Communicate, Set Boundaries, and Be Understood” on Episode 82 of the Intentional Clinician Podcast.
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