Poor Health, Good Manners with Susan Halpern

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Susan Halpern has been a clinical social worker since 1977. She has, over the years, worked in a variety of settings, from community mental health centers to consulting on supervision at the Yale Law School Legal Services Clinic. She has facilitated support groups for people with cancer, and is the founder of the New York Cancer Help Program and a staff associate at the Commonweal Cancer Help Program and, on the staff of Smith Farm Center for the Healing Arts.

Informed by both her work with cancer support groups and her own diagnosis of lymphoma in 1995, she is the author of:

To learn more about the work of Susan Halpern go to contemplativemind.org.

Host: Justine Willis Toms      Interview Date: 2/28/2008      Program Number: C0045

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