Amidst increasing awareness among clinicians of the impact that psychological factors and treatment of those factors have upon the progress of neurological disease, Psychotherapy for Neuropsychological Challenges offers clinicians mindfulness-based acceptance and intervention approaches to helping patients deal with the cognitive and emotional consequences of common widespread neurological diseases.
Albert S. Aniskiewicz, Ph.D., ABPP is professor of psychiatry and neurology at Michigan State University. He is a diplomate in clinical psychology with the American Board of Professional Psychology, and a diplomate in assessment psychology with the American Board of Assessment Psychology. He is a fellow with the Academy of Clinical Psychology.
Part 1 Part I: An Attitude of Mind Chapter 2 Chapter 1: Sources and Teachers Chapter 3 Chapter 2: Uncertainty and Acceptance Chapter 4 Chapter 3: An Attitude of Mind Part 5 Part II: Neuropsychological Challenges Chapter 6 Chapter 4: Conditions and the Neuropsychological Domains Chapter 7 Chapter 5: Multiple Sclerosis Chapter 8 Chapter 6: Traumatic Brain Injury and Postconcussion Syndrome Chapter 9 Chapter 7: Progressive Dementias Chapter 10 Chapter 8: Cerebrovascular Disorders Chapter 11 Chapter 9: Elusive Diagnoses Part 12 Part III: Psychological Intervention Chapter 13 Chapter 10: Foundations for Therapy Chapter 14 Chapter 11: Individual Psychotherapy Chapter 15 Chapter 12: Caregiving Challenges and a Group Approach Chapter 16 Chapter 13: Epilogue