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Introduction to Neuropsychotherapy
Guidelines for Rehabilitation of Neurological and Neuropsychiatric Patients Throughout the Lifespan
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This groundbreaking volume provides a theoretical overview and clinical guidelines for the application of neuropsychotherapy. It takes a multidisciplinary approach, combining neuropsychological knowledge with recent conceptualizations from neuroscience and psychotherapy, with special emphasis on the role of working alliance. The first part of the book focuses on the historical roots of neuropsychotherapy. Then, a framework of interpersonal process in neuropsychotherapy and conceptualization for clinical purposes are described. Resistance is described through a historical perspective of conceptualizations to the present-day demands of understanding this phenomenon in the process of neuropsychotherapy. In addition, the neuropsychology of emotions is presented in a therapeutic process through a case intervention. The latter chapters of the book are concerned with special interest interventions and psychotherapeutic working methods suited for neuropsychotherapy.
Representing a wide variety of theoretical, research oriented, clinical neuropsychological and psychotherapeutic expertise, this book will interest professionals in neuropsychological rehabilitation and those working with patients with cognitive, emotional and behavioral disorders in in-patient and out-patient settings.


G. Prigatano, Foreword. R. Laaksonen, M. Ranta, Introduction. R. Laaksonen, M. Ranta, Neuropsychotherapeutic Approaches in the Rehabilitation Context. R. Ylikoski, Neuropsychological Assessment in Adults: Integrating Neuropsychological Knowledge for Treatment and Therapeutic Purposes. N. Sajaniemi, Brain Development and the Ever-lasting Process of Self-regulation. Implications to the Development of Perception, Attention, Language and Memory. J. Loukkola, L. Paavola, Motivational Regulation and Its Effects on Mental Processing in Neuropsychiatric Disorders: A Rehabilitation Perspective. A. Lindell, Effect of Brain Injury on Emotional Reactions in a Therapeutic Process. P. Hakkinen, Resistance in Treating Neurological Patients. A. Lindell, T. Ketola, Process-Orientated Neuropsychological Out-Patient Rehabilitation. Practical Examples of Post-Acute Stages. H. Kiiski-Maki, Helping Children with Acquired Brain Injury to Engage in a Neuropsychotherapeutic Process. S. Haikonen, Therapeutic Applications with Different Types of Developmental Disabilities in Young Adults. T. Ketola, L. Paavola, N. Sajaniemi, Challenge to Change in the Family Narratives. S. Koskinen, J. Sarajuuri, Neuropsychotherapeutic Elements as an Integrative Part of Holistic Rehabilitation Programs. R. Laaksonen, Summary of Applications of Psychotherapeutic Methods in Neuropsychotherapy.


ISBN-13: 9781135122546
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Psychology Press Ltd)
Publication date: January, 2013
Pages: 280