Foreword by Professor Chris Code.
Chapter 1 Introduction (Shelagh Brumfitt).
Chapter 2 Evaluation of Anxiety and Depression in People with Acquired Communication Impairments (Shirley A. Thomas).
Chapter 3 Brain Injury and Psychological Well-Being (Camilla Herbert).
Chapter 4 The Role of Self-Esteem: Issues in Acquired Communication Impairments (Shelagh Brumfitt).
Chapter 5 The Role of Well-Being in Quality of Life for the Person with Acquired Communication Impairments (Madeline Cruice).
Chapter 6 The Visual Analog Mood Scales (Robert A. Stern, Daniel Daneshvar, and Sabrina Poon).
Chapter 7 Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Assessment and Management of Well-Being (Jane Barton).
Chapter 8 Psychological Approaches to Working with People in the Early Stages of Recovery (Shonagh Scott and Jane Barton).
Chapter 9 Group Therapy—An Interprofessional Approach (Diane Brown and Mairi Knox).
Chapter 10 Solution-Focused Brief Therapy for People with Acquired Communication Impairments (Kidge Burns).
""Address[es] approaches to the assessment and management of [clients'] emotional well-being."" (Book News, December 2009)