Psychological intervention is also reported, but does not appear to be beneficial.
Psychological interventions are methods used to facilitate change in an individual.
Children, parents and friends involved in caring for the patient can also benefit from psychological interventions.
Psychological interventions can also help the majority of cancer patients who report debilitating pain.
Psychological interventions have many different applications and the most common use if for the treatment of mental disorders.
See link for a good description of psychological interventions and theories.
The staff provides psychological intervention and prevention services to patients and family members.
Positive psychological interventions now have received tentative support for their beneficial effects on clients.
"If psychological interventions are offered early to breast cancer patients they may provide enduring late benefits, and possibly longer survival."
There are insufficient data available to adequately assess the efficacy of several other psychological interventions.