Alternate Therapies in the Treatment of Brain Injury and Neurobehavioral Disorders: A Practical Guide

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Overview

Get the tools to provide more effective treatment for the neurobehaviorally disordered TBI patient!

As traditional treatment success rates for many persons with traumatic brain injury (TBI) are proving less than effective, clinicians search for other therapies that may be more productive. Alternate Therapies in the Treatment of Brain Injury and Neurobehavioral Disorders: A Practical Guide discusses at length various nontraditional treatment approaches such as music therapy, art therapy, EEG biofeedback, and others that may provide additional help for the neurobehaviorally disordered TBI patient.

This text provides a practical, in-depth overview of a range of nontraditional interventions and therapies. Each treatment is extensively discussed with explanations on how it can be effectively applied in rehabilitation programs. Models, case samples, contacts, and lists of training programs and professional organizations are given for each therapeutic modality. Each chapter has clear, illustrative drawings, tables, and charts, as well as comprehensive references for further research.

Alternate Therapies in the Treatment of Brain Injury and Neurobehavioral Disorders: A Practical Guide discusses these alternative treatments:

  • horticulture therapy
  • art therapy
  • music therapy
  • melodic intonation therapy
  • recreational therapy
  • chemical dependency treatment
  • real time EEG feedback
  • craniosacral therapy
This book is a comprehensive source for nontraditional therapies essential for physicians; neuropsychologists; psychiatrists; rehabilitation specialists; hospital directors, administrators, and TBI professionals.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789021359
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 1/28/2006
  • Pages: 212
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

  • About the Editor
  • Contributors
  • Acknowledgment
  • Chapter 1. Introduction and Overview of Brain Injury in Executive Dysfunction (Gregory J. Murrey)
  • Chapter 2. Horticulture Therapy in the Treatment of Brain Injury (Ann Wedel and Gregory J. Murrey)
  • Introduction and Overview
  • Horticultural Therapy Goals for Neurobehaviorally Disordered Patients
  • Rehabilitation-Hospital-Based Model for a Horticultural Therapy Program
  • Appendix: Horticultural Therapy Resources and Contact Information
  • Chapter 3. Art As a Therapeutic Modality with TBI Populations (Mark Sell and Gregory J. Murrey)
  • Introduction and Overview
  • Art Therapy Within a TBI Rehabilitation Program
  • Hospital-Based Programs
  • Case Samples
  • Patient Outcomes
  • Training and Certification Requirements
  • Appendix: Training and Academic Programs
  • Chapter 4. Music Therapy for Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (Wendy Magee and Barbara Wheeler)
  • Introduction and Overview
  • Goals in Brain Injury Rehabilitation
  • Structure Within a TBI Rehabilitation Day Treatment or Residential Program
  • Case Examples
  • Appendix: Resources and Contact Information
  • Chapter 5. Melodic Intonation Therapy with Brain-Injured Patients (Susan Schaefer, Martha A. Murrey, Wendy Magee, and Barbara Wheeler)
  • Introduction and Overview
  • General Principles of MIT in Rehabilitating Functional Speech and Emotional Expression
  • Case Examples
  • Chapter 6. Recreational Therapy Program for Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (Mark Sell and Gregory J. Murrey)
  • Introduction and Overview
  • A Community Integration Model
  • The Role of the Hospital-Based Recreational Therapist
  • The Hospital-Based Community-Integration Program
  • Training and Educational Programs
  • Chapter 7. Chemical-Dependency Treatment with Traumatic Brain-Injured Clients (Duane A. Reynolds and Gregory J. Murrey)
  • Introduction and Overview
  • Treatment of Patients with Executive Dysfunction: Clinical Considerations
  • Traditional Treatment Approaches
  • Two Models of Disability: Medical versus Interactional Model
  • Educational Strategies
  • A Program for TBI Patients with Executive Dysfunction
  • Case Example
  • Appendix: Chemical Dependency and Traumatic Brain Injury Resources
  • Chapter 8. All-Digital, Real-Time EEG Feedback with Open and Closed Head Trauma (Margaret E. Ayers)
  • Introduction and Overview
  • EEG Biofeedback with Brain-Injured Clients
  • Treatment Cases
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix: Additional Resources
  • Chapter 9. Craniosacral Therapy for Traumatic Brain Injury Clients with Neurobehavioral Disorders (Ann Wedel)
  • Introduction and Overview
  • The Philosophy Behind Craniosacral Therapy
  • The Craniosacral Therapeutic Process
  • Goals and Use of Craniosacral Therapy with Brain-Injured Patients
  • Structure and Use of Craniosacral Therapy in a Hospital-Based TBI Rehabilitation Program
  • Case Example
  • Appendix: Training and Educational Resources
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included
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