1. Introduction to Traumatic Brain Injury: Nigel S. King and Andy Tyerman.
Part I: Service Provision:.
2. Acute Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Services: Katherine N. Carpenter.
3. Post-acute In-patient Rehabilitation: Joanna Collicutt McGrath.
4. Community Rehabilitation: Andy Tyerman and Nigel S. King.
5. Residential Services: Andrew D. Worthington and Robert N. Merriman.
Part II: Cognitive Rehabilitation:.
6. Communication Difficulties: Pat McKenna and Claire Willson.
7. Memory Problems: Barbara A. Wilson, Jonathan J. Evans and W. Huw Williams.
8. Visual-perceptual and Spatio-motor Disorders: Andrew D. Worthington and M. Jane Riddoch.
9. Executive and Attentional Problems: Jonathan J. Evans.
Part III: Behavioural and Emotional Interventions:.
10. Behaviour Problems: Andrew D. Worthington and Rodger Ll. Wood.
11. Fear, Anxiety and Depression: Joanna Collicutt McGrath.
12. Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury: Nigel S. King.
13. Facilitating Psychological Adjustment: Andy Tyerman.
Part IV: Vocational Rehabilitation:.
14. Return to Previous Employment: Roger Johnson and Sue Stoten.
15. Vocational Rehabilitation Programmes: Andy Tyerman, Ruth Tyerman and Peter Viney.
16. Supported Employment and Job Coaching: David Carew and Sylvia Collumb.
Part V: Family Interventions:.
17. Brain Injury and the Family: A Review: Michael Oddy and Camilla Herbert.
18. Working with Families: A Community Service Example: Andy Tyerman and Sandra Barton.
19. Familial Brain Injury: Impact on and Interventions with Children: Audrey Daisley and Guinevere Webster.
"This book is a "must" for clinicians in the field of rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury. Andy Tyerman and Nigel King have brought together contributions by experts who not only outline theoretical/legal issues relating to service provision, cognitive rehabilitation, behavioural and emotional interventions, vocational rehabilitation and family interventions, but ensure that the chapters’ very practical emphasis and case studies, as well as recommended reading, will make this book enormously helpful to a wide range of practitioners". Dr Laura Goldstein, Senior Lecturer in Neuropsychology & Honorary Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, Institute of Psychiatry, London.
"This is a really excellent and useful book that will prove useful for the entire multidisciplinary team. There are some excellent review chapters and the whole book is written in a very clear and easy style. Many congratulations to the editors and the chapter authors."Professor Michael Barnes, Professor in Neurological Rehabilitation, Newcastle University and Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS, & President of the World Federation for Neurorehabilitation.
"Psychological Approaches to Rehabilitation After Traumatic Brain Injury explores the diversity of clinical presentation of patients following TBI, the impact on the patient and their relatives / carers, and the different models and approaches to rehabilitation. It will be a valuable resource to any professional working in brain injury." Doreen Rowland, Neuro Services Manager / Occupational Therapist, Defence Services Medical Rehabilitation Centre, Headley Court, Surrey.
- Increases our understanding of the nature of the psychological effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI).
- Provides practical guidance from experienced practitioners about psychological interventions for use in both rehabilitation and long-term adjustment including illustrative case examples.
- 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.