Essentials of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

Barbara A. Wilson and Shai Betteridge

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September 2, 2019
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“Wilson, a lodestar in the field, and Betteridge, an innovative practitioner, describe the essentials of neurological rehabilitation that is person centered, assessment and formulation based, goal minded, and grounded in the personally meaningful 'real world' of the patient. The book addresses key recovery factors, with a multimodal emphasis on the cognitive, emotional, behavioral, practical, interpersonal, and psychosocial ramifications of acquired brain injuries. Tried-and-true fundamentals are nicely interwoven with cutting-edge therapies and technological advances. The case studies and vignettes add to the applicability of the principles.”

—Pamela S. Klonoff, PhD, ABPP-CN, Clinical Director and neuropsychologist, Center for Transitional Neuro-Rehabilitation, Barrow Neurological Institute and Dignity Health, Phoenix, Arizona


“This concise yet thorough volume is written in clear, accessible prose. The book includes both theoretical and practical material, with numerous case examples and sample data collection forms that help to bring the content home. The keys to successful neurorehabilitation are all here—close partnerships with patients and their families and communities, an attitude of optimism balanced by realism, and a steadfast focus on meaningful goals. The chapter on technology alerts the reader to developing trends. The voices of people directly affected by brain injury are included throughout the book to remind practitioners why we are doing this challenging and important work.”

—Tessa Hart, PhD, Scientist Emerita, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania


“Clinicians and researchers who want to know about holistic neuropsychological rehabilitation, this is the book for you! Wilson and Betteridge distill their knowledge gained over decades of clinical and research experience. The book explains the concepts and models underpinning neuropsychological rehabilitation, offers practical advice on assessment and goal setting, describes new intervention approaches, and provides case illustrations and visual aids. The authors have produced a valuable, highly accessible 'how-to' resource.”

—Robyn Tate, PhD, Professor Emerita, John Walsh Centre for Rehabilitation Research, University of Sydney, Australia


“This book offers an impressive, passionate vision of how to improve clinical neuropsychological services to maximize the well-being of patients and their families. While acknowledging the challenges of real-world clinical practice, the authors are optimistic about ways to engage patients and tackle functional goals. Readers seeking to make evidence-based clinical decisions will appreciate the breadth and depth of the information presented. Clinical cases bring to life the principles described in each chapter. In the graduate classroom, the cases will serve as a strong foundation for practical discussions.”

—Anastasia M. Raymer, PhD, CCC-SLP, Department of Communication Disorders and Special Education, Old Dominion University
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