Presentation to 8th International Social Work conference, Singapore 2016
The psychosocial impact of cancer on women with secondary breast cancer in a long term supportive-expressive group. Click here to view
Presentation to SPR conference Brisbane 2013:
Emotional expression and resilience in a long term group for women with metastatic breast cancer
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Growing a Service: expanding connections in a group for women with metastatic breast cancer
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Presented at a COSA Conference, this poster shows the clinical effectiveness of a long term professionally led group for women with metastatic breast cancer delivered face-to-face and by telephone conference.
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Supportive-expressive group therapy for women with metastatic-breast cancer- improving access for australian women through use of teleconference
This is an electronic version of an article published in Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 8:1, 28-35. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research is available online at:
From evidence to practice- Psychological well-being of women with metastatic breast cancer attending an innovative supportive-expressive group in a community setting
Poster displayed at the National Breastcare Nurses Conference in 2006
A COMPARISON OF ONCOLOGISTS’ AND CONSUMERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE BENEFITS OF A SUPPORTIVE-EXPRESSIVE GROUP FOR WOMEN WITH ADVANCED BREAST CANCER
Poster displayed at the Edinburgh SPR Conference in 2006
A Comparison of Oncologists’ and Women’s Perceptions of the Benefits of a Supportive Expressive Group for Women with Advanced Breast Cancer
Handout given at the Edinburgh SPR Conference in 2006, accompanying the poster
Psychological Well-being of Women with Metastatic Breast Cancer in an Innovative Supportive-Expressive Group in a Community Setting
Article by Bronwen Beacham, Christine Hill, Fiona McDermott, Mary O’Brien and Jane Turner printed in Australasian Psychiatry March 2005
Therapy with Women with Metastatic Breast Cancer
Presentation given by Mary O’Brien to the SPR Conference in 2006
Innovations and challenges in an Australian environment.
Presentation given to Stanford University by Mary O’Brien and Tom O’Brien in 2005