Psychological Well-Being and Acquired Communication Impairments is an essential resource for all health professionals working with this complex client group. It offers a unique multi-disciplinary approach to the subject, looking at the evidence base as well as clinical practice. The book covers both the assessment of people with acquired communication impairments as well as reviewing the available interventional approaches. Chapters cover such key topics as approaches to the assessment of anxiety and depression, the impact of brain injury, the role of an assessment of mood and the role of self esteem. FEATURES an expert team of academics and clinicians case studies links theory to practice.
Intro Psychological Well-Being and Acquired Communication Impairments Contents Contributors Foreword Preface Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Evaluation of Anxiety and Depression in People with Acquired Communication Impairments Chapter 3 Brain Injury and Psychological Well-Being Chapter 4 The Role of Self-Esteem: Issues in Acquired Communication Impairments Chapter 5 The Role of Well-Being in Quality of Life for the Person with Acquired Communication Impairments Chapter 6 The Visual Analog Mood Scales Chapter 7 Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Assessment and Management of Well-Being Chapter 8 Psychological Approaches to Working with People in the Early Stages of Recovery Chapter 9 Group Therapy-An Interprofessional Approach Chapter 10 Solution Focused Brief Therapy for People with Acquired Communication Impairments Index.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Print version: Brumfitt, Shelagh Psychological Well Being and Acquired Communication Impairment