Psychotherapy after Brain Injury: Principles and Techniques

@inproceedings{Klonoff2010PsychotherapyAB,
  title={Psychotherapy after Brain Injury: Principles and Techniques},
  author={Pamela Susan Klonoff},
  year={2010}
}
1. Introduction and Overview. 2. Guidelines for Early Psychotherapy Sessions and General Treatment Considerations. 3. Increasing Patients' Self-awareness. 4. S. M. Myles, Sense of Self and Identity. 5. Increasing Acceptance. 6. Life Skills Training. 7. E. Koberstein, Family Life. 8. Communication and Social Skills. 9. Adjustment and Treatment Termination. 10. Psychotherapist Self-care: Managing Stress and Avoiding Burnout. 

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