Frances Goodhart is an NHS consultant clinical psychologist with 20 years’ experience of working with individuals and families coping with life-threatening illnesses. She worked for several years as a Macmillan Consultant Clinical Psychologist in Oncology and Palliative Care.
Goodhart is also an and award winning writer of The Cancer Survivor’s Companion and How to Feel Better, which has been written to fill the gap that arises when, after a serious illness, the rescue team departs and you find yourself alone and, still shaky, required to somehow cope and put your life back together again. It provides the tools and strategies to help you rebuild yourself with confidence. Thoughtful and funny, practical and realistic, it offers well-researched tactics and tips to help you through every stage of your recovery. It constitutes a helping hand and wise company throughout the many challenges of returning to normal life, and will ensure that you feel much less overwhelmed by the process.
You can follow her on Twitter @FGoodhart.
Credits to Hachette and Cygnus Books
Published: 12 March 2014
Last update: 22 July 2018
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