Psychological Therapy for Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury Innovations for Children, Young People and Families
By Christian Salas, Oliver Turnbull, Mark Solms
July 29, 2021
In the past few decades, we have accumulated an impressive amount of knowledge regarding the neural basis of the mind. One of the most important sources of this knowledge has been the in-depth study of individuals with focal brain damage and other neurological disorders. This book offers a unique ...
By Birgit Gurr
March 26, 2021
This important book describes the biopsychosocial nature of persisting and complex headache presentations following a mild brain trauma and offers a predominantly cognitive behavioural therapy programme to guide patients toward better health and less pain. The book provides both a robust ...
By Jenny Jim, Esther Cole
November 04, 2019
Children, young people and families living with an acquired brain injury (ABI), whether through accident, illness, injury or abuse, are rarely offered psychological therapy, and yet the benefits of such interventions can be profound. This important new book, providing a selection of practice ...
By Ceri Bowen, Siobhan Palmer, Giles Yeates
December 31, 2010
This book is one of very few books on the topic of family adaptation and relationships after brain injury. It is an important topic because of the unique impact that such a trauma can have on families. Whether professionals are working in the community doing home visits, or working in ...
By Rudi Coetzer
December 31, 2010
While there are many excellent texts addressing cognitive impairment and behavioural difficulties and on rehabilitation associated with traumatic brain injury, few textbooks specifically address the most common emotional problems that can have such an adverse effect on rehabilitation and outcome. ...
By Rudi Coetzer, Audrey Daisley, Gavin Newby, Stephen Weatherhead
February 01, 2013
The book aims to acknowledge the complexity of working with clients who have an acquired brain injury but aims to give the interested reader practical and useable guides to develop their practice. Throughout the text, case studies and practical suggestions are forwarded to facilitate do-able ...
By David Todd, Stephen Weatherhead
November 01, 2013
This book brings together narrative approaches and brain injury rehabilitation, in a manner that fosters an understanding of the natural fit between the two. We live our lives by narratives and stories, and brain injury can affect those narratives at many levels, with far-reaching effects. ...