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Therapists are often are left in charge of informing patients and their families of significant cognitive impairments. Often, there is denial, anger, sadness, loss, and shock that comes, unfortunately many times targeted at the messenger. This mindfulness exercise is designed to allow you the space to advocate for patients’ independence and freedom of choice.
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