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Practical Neuropsychological Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury: A Guide for Working Clinicians

Practical Neuropsychological Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury: A Guide for Working Clinicians (Paperback)

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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 practice. It is hoped that the book will become a gold standard in this particular area and is aimed at a range of professionals in training (for those responsible providing training in psychopathology, neuropsychology and psychotherapy), and those who have an interest in working with the issues commonly seen post acute brain injury rehabilitation settings.

Medical & VeterinaryBrances of medicineNeurology & clinical neurophysiologyMedical & VeterinaryBrances of medicinePsychiatryMedical & VeterinaryNursing & ancillary servicesRehabilitationRehabilitation: brain & spinal injuries Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd Publication Date: 01/02/2013 ISBN-13: 9781855757226  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
Availability: Currently unavailable. Foyles can order for despatch to customer when the publisher is re-supplied on 01/02/2018.  

Dr Rudi Coetzer is with the North Wales Brain Injury Service, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board NHS Wales, where he works full-time as a consultant neuropsychologist. He is an honorary senior lecturer in the School of Psychology, Bangor University. Dr Audrey Daisley is a consultant clinical neuropsychologist at the Oxford Centre for Enablement (an NHS post-acute brain injury rehabilitation service) which is part of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. She is the lead clinical psychologist for the unit's family support service and is committed to supporting and improving outcomes for those affected by brain injury and their families. Dr Daisley has a particular interest in the issues facing children who have a relative with brain injury and in 1995 established the first NHS service to specifically support child relatives. As well as working clinically, Dr Daisley is actively involved in family focused research and regularly teaches and supervises a wide range of rehabilitation professionals in family related issues. She is a member of the British Psychological Society and a full practitioner member of its Division of Neuropsychology. She is also a chartered clinical psychologist and a member of the UK Health Professions Council. Dr Gavin Newby has twenty years' experience as a clinical neuropsychologist in the UK of working with people who have an acquired brain injury (ABI) and their families. He is currently the Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist with the Cheshire & Wirral ABI Service and provides community-based individual and family interventions across the county. He has published a number of articles on website design, mental capacity assessments, using emails in psychotherapy, parenting after ABI, risk management, and return to driving. Dr Stephen Weatherhead is a clinical psychologist specialising in brain injury. He co-founded Neuro Family Matters ( in 2010 in order to proved flexible, individualised psychological support to individuals and families. He specialises in The Mental Capacity Act, with a particular emphasis on assessment, multi-agency working, and systemic perspectives. He is a clinical tutor and lecturer in health research with the Lancaster University Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.

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