further below for Suggested Readings and for Website Links
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for articles on children, adolescents,
ADHD, LD, families,
coping with stress,
depression and more.
From our CPANCF.COM Website:
Psychological Aspects of Coping with Cancer [PDF
How do I know if Someone with Cancer Needs Psychological Care?
Broadening the Scope of Practice in Pediatric Oncology
- Considerations for Palliative & End of Life Interventions (.pdf)
Coping with Loss [PDF]
Identifying and Helping with Childhood Depression
Common Childhood Fears
Medical and Health Psychology
Child Pain Help
(Scroll all the way down for Amazon.com links to some of these
(2002) Helping your Children Cope with Your Cancer: A Guide for Parents and Families.
Fund for Young Adults: “No Way. It can’t be me!”. Lance Armstrong Foundation.
of Medicine NH Research Council (2003) Childhood Cancer Survivorship. www.nap.edu
Bone Marrow and Blood Stem Cell Transplants: A Guide for
Patients (Spanish version also available). www.bmtinfonet.org
U.S. Dept of Health and
Human Services (2004). National Cancer Institute. Young People with Cancer.
Kreitler, Weyl Ben Arush,
(2004) Psychosocial Aspects of Pediatric Oncology
Keene, Hobbie and Ruccione (2000) Childhood Cancer Survivors.
A Practical Guide to your Future.
Reading Recommendations for Kids:
Crow, K. (1999) “Me
and my Marrow” A kid’s guide to bone Marrow Transplants. (2000 Health Info
Awards Winner). Spanish Version Available: Mi medulla y yo: guia del nino para el transplante de medulla
(1992) Little Tree: A Story for Children with Serious Medical Problems
Cancer Center (1998) Adam Goes to the Operating Room (www.mskcc.org)
Kohllenberg (1993) Sammy’s Mother has
Cancer (Best Book American Medical Writers Association).