Individual Psychological Therapies with Brain Injury
- 2.5 hours on-demand video
- 2 downloadable resources
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- Certificate of Completion
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- The use and adaptation of individual psychological therapies for survivors of acquired brain injury
- Key shared principles of neuropsychotherapy, across theoretical orientations
- Specific adaptations/responses to survivor difficulties in episodic memory, working memory, attention, executive functioning (goal-directed behaviour), social cognition and aphasia
- Examples of work from neurobehavioural, CBT, ACT, Mindfulness, CFT, CAT, psychodynamic/neuropsychoanalysis, systemic, narrative and community approaches
- Professional training (or student in) rehabilitation professions
This course provides an overview of neuropsychotherapy approaches within neuro-rehabilitation settings and brain injury services. Adaptations to psychotherapy technique are provided for CBT, ACT, Mindfulness, CFT. CAT, Psychodynamic, Neurobehavioural, Mind-Body, Systemic, Narrative and Community interventions. These adaptations are made in response to survivor difficulties with episodic memory, working memory and attention, executive goal-orientated functioning, social cognition and aphasia.
The approaches are covered with reference to both neuropsychology and rehabilitation theory, and detailed case examples from each modality.
- Clinical neuropsychologists; clinical psychologists in neuropsychology; psychotherapists; counsellors; speech and language therapists; occupational therapists; rehabilitation doctors and nurses; students