Psychological Therapies for Adults with Intellectual Disabilitiesby John L. Taylor
Psychological Therapies for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities brings together contributions from leading proponents of psychological therapies for people with intellectual disabilities, which offer key information on the nature and prevalence of psychological and mental health problems, the delivery of treatment approaches, and the effectiveness of/i>
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Psychological Therapies for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities brings together contributions from leading proponents of psychological therapies for people with intellectual disabilities, which offer key information on the nature and prevalence of psychological and mental health problems, the delivery of treatment approaches, and the effectiveness of treatment.
- Offers a detailed guide to available therapies for adults with intellectual disabilities
- Includes case illustrations to demonstrate therapies in action
- Provides up-to-date coverage of current research in the field
- Puts forward a consideration of the wider contexts for psychological therapy including the relationship with social deprivation, general health, and the cost effectiveness of treatment
- Places individual interventions in the context of the person’s immediate social network including families and carers
- Includes contributions from leading proponents from around the world
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- 6.70(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.80(d)
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What People are Saying About This
—Roz Shafran, Professor of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, Reading University
"The editors have brought together an impressive, international group of contributors to present psychological therapies for people with intellectual disabilities. The volume is rich in clinical examples which are extremely valuable in illustrating the therapeutic techniques in action."
—Betsey Benson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and Psychology, Nisonger Center UCEDD, Ohio State University
"Without doubt, Psychological Therapies for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities is the best book available at present on this topic. The editors and contributors are all leading experts in their field, which has resulted in a book that should be standard for practitioners, researchers and students working with people with intellectual disabilities and mental health problems."
—Prof. Dr. Robert Didden, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
"The book gives a thorough account of the current state of science in psychological therapies for people with learning disabilities and outlines a plausible way forward for clinicians and researchers to develop a stronger evidence base for such interventions. The chapters on lesser known interventions, e.g. mindfulness were very useful and informative. The authors are all well-known experts and have presented the material persuasively and with clarity."
—Angela Hassiotis, Reader in Psychiatry of Intellectual Disabilities, Mental Health Sciences Unit, Faculty of Brain Sciences, University College London
Meet the Author
John L Taylor is Professor of Clinical Psychology, Northumbria University and Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Psychological Services Professional Lead with Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust. He is a Past President of the British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).
Bill Lindsay is Consultant Psychologist and Lead Clinician in Scotland for Castlebeck Care. He was previously Head of Psychology (LD) in NHS Tayside and a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with the State Hospital, Carstairs. He is Professor of Learning Disabilities and Forensic Psychology at the University of Abertay, Dundee, and Honorary Professor with the School of Psychology, Bangor University.
Richard Hastings is Professor of Psychology at Bangor University and Research Director for the North Wales Clinical Psychology Programme. He has published widely in the field of intellectual disability, and is currently an associate editor for five international journals and on the editorial board member for a further nine.
Chris Hatton is Professor of Psychology, Health and Social Care at Lancaster University. His research interests centre on policy-relevant research concerning people with intellectual disabilities, particularly around evaluating innovations in health and social care and understanding inequalities in the physical and mental health of people with intellectual disabilities.
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