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Treating patients with neuropsychological disorders

Jeffery B Allen

Treating patients with neuropsychological disorders

a clinician"s guide to assessment and referral

by Jeffery B Allen

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Published by American Psychological Association in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clinical neuropsychology,
  • Neurobehavioral disorders -- Patients,
  • Neuropsychiatry

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes

    StatementJeffery B. Allen
    SeriesPsychologists in independent practice, Psychologists in independent practice book series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC341 . A43 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 241 p. :
    Number of Pages241
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17023741M
    ISBN 101557988250
    LC Control Number2001022857

    Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 24(4), – found that patients who interacted with a therapist over a website showed more reduction in symptoms of panic disorder than did a similar group of patients who were on a waiting list but did not get therapy. Although studies such as this one control for the possibility of natural improvement (the. neuropsychological assessments of capabilities unique to the frontal lobes, the nature of (and possible treatment avenues for) frontotemporal dementia and related conditions, and implications for understanding and treating neuropsychiatric disorders, such .

      This book provides a compelling argument for a mindfulness-based approach to psychotherapy with a challenging population—patients with neurological disorders and disability. It explains the essentials of typical disorders in a manner informative to both the general psychotherapist and the neuropsychologically : Book Description. The text provides a lifespan developmental approach to neuropsychology. It addresses the many issues in neuropsychological assessment that differ between younger and older adults. It describes the symptoms, neuropathology, diagnostic considerations, and treatment options of common neurological disorders associated with aging.

      The emphasis on neuropsychological sequelae, physiological basis, and means of diagnosing and treating of conditions across the lifespan make this the most comprehensive resource available to professionals in and around neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry and the behavioral : Springer Publishing Company. Chapter 17 discusses adult neuropsychological assessment, including fundamental assumptions, uses, and approach to clinical neuropsychological assessment, the clinical method (including obtaining patient history, behavioral observation, domains of neuropsychological function and diagnostic formulation).


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Allen, is the essential guide for practitioners working with patients who may have neurological disorders. These disorders are so prevalent that no mental health practitioner can afford to be without the guidance offered in this book.5/5(3).

The emphasis on neuropsychological sequelae, physiological basis, and means of diagnosing and treating of conditions across the lifespan make this the most comprehensive resource available to professionals in and around neuropsychology, neuropsychiatry and the behavioral neurosciences.

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Each entry follows a 5 section structure that will cover (1) essential. Neuropsychology is a branch of psychology that is concerned with how the brain and the rest of the nervous system influence a person's cognition and behaviors. More importantly, professionals in this branch of psychology often focus on how injuries or illnesses of the brain affect cognitive functions and behaviors.

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Neuropsychological assessment can help in diagnosis, treatment, follow-up and rehabilitation of TBI patients. Commonly used neuropsychological techniques are given in Table 6.

Intensive neuropsychological examinations should not be undertaken in the acute and post-acute stages as findings become quickly outdated and these patients are often Cited by: 6. Objective: To conduct a review of the literature on the possible neuropsychological deficits present in patients with panic disorder.

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Another worthwhile book for diagnosing and treating NLD is the Carnoldi etal book Nonverbal learning disabilities (10). I (Dr.

Thomas) have had some success in treating NLD with neurofeedback. I did a QEEG on a patient who had trouble with nonverbal processing, and the goal of the neurofeedback was to improve this cognitive processing. He is co-editor of The Encyclopedia of Neuropsychological Disorders, also published through Springer Publishing.

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