Θέλοντας να σας προσφέρουμε ακόμα περισσότερες επιλογές δημιουργήσαμε το Public Marketplace όπου πλέον μπορείς να αγοράζεις επιπλέον προϊόντα από συνεργαζόμενα καταστήματα απευθείας μέσω του Public. HollandPart 2: General Clinical Issues 105Chapter 6 Interviewing People with Intellectual Disabilities 107Helen Prosser and Jo BromleyChapter 7 Working with People: Direct Interventions 121Nigel Beail and Andrew JahodaChapter 8 Working with Families 141Jo Bromley and Christine MellorChapter 9 Working with Organisations or: Why Won't They Follow My Advice? Jo Bromley is Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Service Lead for the Clinical Psychology Service for Children with Disabilities, Central Manchester Foundation Hospital Trust. Over the last two decades, there has been a steady clinical and research interest in the relationship between the assessment of psychiatric disorders in clinical settings, the assessment of personality disorders and their relationship to normal personality dimensions. Firstly, it aims to explore some methods by which information can be collected from third-parties concerning incidents of challenging behaviour. Jo Bromley is Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Service Lead for the Clinical Psychology Service for Children with Disabilities, Central Manchester Foundation Hospital Trust. Chapter 9: Studying Behavioral Phenotypes: Issues, Benefits, Challenges Robert M. The feedback of participants regarding the process and content of the task demands was positive.
All chapters have been fully updated with the latest evidence. Practitioner points: Solution Focused Therapy for domestic violence has been found to successfully change the behaviour and improve the self-esteem of a man with a learning disability Where children are at risk of harm, longer-term interventions remain the recommended therapy The mainstream model for treatment was adapted by using visual aids and role play to work with someone with learning disabilities and these were found to be useful by the client © 2017 The Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice. Rupa Gone is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist at Hertfordshire Community Health Services in Watford. Zusammenfassung Completely revised and updated, the Second Edition of Clinical Psychology and People with Intellectual Disabilities covers introductory and background issues, general clinical issues, and working with specific client groups, including offenders with intellectual disabilities and parents with intellectual disabilities. This might be important because the therapeutic alliance will depend on the client's perception of the 'problem', their motivation to change, and their engagement in therapy Emerson et al. Stephen Newton and Robert H. Chapter 29: Researching Staff Chris Hatton, John Rose and David Rose.
Clare Chapter 13 Sexual Exploitation of People with Intellectual Disabilities 273 Paul Withers and Jennifer Morris Chapter 14 Working with Parents Who Happen to Have Intellectual Disabilities 293 Sue McGaw Chapter 15 People with Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Ill-Health 313 D. Currently, he is the Immediate Past President of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities. This chapter describes a clinical approach which places central importance on thinking about emotional development and attachments. Bei Jugendlichen und jungen Erwachsenen mit leichten und moderaten Formen intellektueller Beeinträchtigung liegen frühe Effektivitätsstudien aus kognitiv-verhaltenstherapeutischen Anwendungen in Zusammenhang mit primär psychischen Störungen vor. More confident female participants were less likely to favour safety-focused behaviours, but confidence had no effect on male participants' endorsement of these behaviours. Best-practice approaches for the assessment of job satisfaction are hence needed.
Rupa Gone is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist at Hertfordshire Community Health Services in Watford. Drawing upon some theoretical principles of memory the paper provides evidence that suggests this may be an omission from the literature. The role of gender in staff-service user interactions should be the focus of further research and should be considered in service delivery. About the Editors ix List of Contributors xi Preface xiii Part 1: Setting the Scene 1 Chapter 1 Intellectual Disabilities Classification, Epidemiology and Causes 3 Chris Hatton Chapter 2 Service Provision 23 Rupa Gone, Chris Hatton and Amanda Caine Chapter 3 Social Context 51 Eric Emerson and Rupa Gone Chapter 4 Cognitive Assessment 63 Isobel Lamb Chapter 5 Common Legal Issues in Clinical Practice 83 A. Chapter 7: Participant Observation and Research on Intellectual Disabilities Michael V. Journal of Adolescent Medical Health, No. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Degree of Doctorate in Clinical Psychology D.
Chapter 2: Cultural Issues Chris Hatton. Chapter 28: Methodological Issues in Psychopharmacology for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Travis Thompson, Jennifer Zarcone and Frank Symons. In this setting, 'relational substitute decision-making' underpinned everyday personal and social interventions connected with residents' daily living, and was situated within a framework of interpersonal and interdependent care relationships. These needs will not be uniform and will be influenced by factors such as the child's individual cognitive profile, level of adaptive skills, and learning environment. Data covered a variety of sub-types of anti-social behaviour.
The epidemiology and aetiology of intellectual disabilities will also be described. How do I set a reading intention To set a reading intention, click through to any list item, and look for the panel on the left hand side:. The identification of learning disability in children can be problematic, especially for those with significant intellectual impairment Hamilton 2006, Siminoff et al 2006. LindsayChapter 16 Working with People with Autism 339Jo Bromley, Elizabeth Crabtree, Christine Mellor and Mary DelaneyChapter 17 Older Adults with Intellectual Disabilities: Issues in Ageing and Dementia 359Sunny. Chapter 14: Research on Social Relationships Craig H.
The chapter will describe the types of interventions used and their evidence base, and provide a case example of how such a problem may be assessed, formulated and an intervention developed. This was followed by a 9-month trial, consisting of the liaison worker helping the treatment group to get in touch with and take up appropriate services, mainly in the areas of psychiatric appointments, benefits advice, house adaptations, leisure facilities and support and care for the young person. It makes it easy to scan through your lists and keep track of progress. These are the elements of care that sometimes feel lost in the midst of services juggling the multiple demands of provision, budgets, commissioners and involved professionals, but which are crucial to remember and keep in mind. Η συναλλαγή διεκπεραιώνεται στο Public.
Chapter 22: Educational Supports Robert E. Jo Bromley is Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Service Lead for the Clinical Psychology Service for Children with Disabilities, Central Manchester Foundation Hospital Trust. He is the Director of the Centre for Developmental Disability Studies in the Royal Rehabilitation Centre, Sydney. For the inspiration, and more, I highly recommend the book. New chapters cover working professionally, working with people with autism and addressing aspects of the wider social context within which people with learning disabilities live. A semistructured interview guide was used, with a focus on health service access.