This book is aimed at clinicians who work therapeutically with children and young people (CYP) who have experienced an acquired brain injury (ABI). It begins with an overview of paediatric neuropsychology and takes the reader, in stages, through the process of assessment and psychological formulation towards multiple interventions. It utilizes narrative, systemic and integrative models of therapy whilst, in parallel, drawing on developmental neuropsychology and paediatric neuro-rehabilitation. It is a pioneering book - the only psychotherapy book dedicated to CYP with ABIs - written by frontline innovators in the field. The book will be richly illustrated by case examples exploring the psychotherapeutic, rehabilitative and adjustment processes of the CYP, families and the multi-disciplinary and multi-agency systems around them.