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Psychotherapy of the Brain-Injured Patient

Reclaiming the Shattered Self

February 1994


Integrating neuropsychodynamic and biopsychosocial factors, this book provides a guide for psychotherapists whose practices may include patients with traumatic brain injury and related neurobehavioural syndromes, such as strokes and brain tumours.

It deals not only with traditional aspects of therapy with these challenging patients, but also with special problems that may arise, including aggression and impulsivity, alcohol and drug abuse, chronic pain, sex and relationships, and vocational and forensic issues.

Also By: Laurence Miller View all by author...



163 x 244 mm • 280 pages


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