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The psychological effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI) provide a major challenge to rehabilitation services. This text will increase understanding of the nature of these effects and provide practical guidance from experienced practitioners about psychological interventions for use in both rehabilitation and long-term adjustment. * Provides practical guidance and illustrative case examples from experienced practitioners. * Structured around five main areas: overview of psychological effects and services; cognitive rehabilitation; managing emotional and behavioural problems; vocational rehabilitation; and family impact and interventions.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781405111676
ISBN-10: 1405111674
Format: Hardback
(249mm x 182mm x 34mm)
Pages: 528
Imprint: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Publish Date: 15-Apr-2008
Country of Publication: United Kingdom


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Author Biography - Andy Tyerman

Dr. Andy Tyerman is Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and Head of Service for the Community Head Injury Service in Aylesbury. He has also been involved in developing national guidelines and standards including the National Clinical Guidelines on Rehabilitation following Acquired Brain Injury, Inter Agency Guidelines on Vocational Assessment & Rehabilitation after Acquired Brain Injury and the National Service Framework for Long-term (Neurological) Conditions. Dr Nigel King is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist specialising in head injury, and is currently the Head of Clinical Neuropsychology at the Community Head Injury Service, Aylesbury. He is also a Clinical Tutor on the Oxford University Doctoral Course in Clinical Psychology.