Books

Subject: Child Neurology, Psychiatry and Psychology (including ASD and ADHD)

Series: Mac Keith Press Practical Guides

Publication date: 01/06/2022

ISBN: 9781911612575

Edition: First

Pages: 384

Pre-order now! Paediatric Neuropsychology within the Multidisciplinary Context

Rhonda Booth, Tara Murphy, and Kathy Zebracki

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Booth, Murphy, and Zebracki present exciting new critical insight on neuropsychological theory and its influence on clinical practice in this accessible and forward-looking publication. With new research and theory on brain-behaviour relationships supported by instructive case studies, this Practical Guide demonstrates how neuroscience and other important factors are driving clinical formulation in paediatric neuropsychology. Rather than being constricted by conventional pathology, this book invites the reader to consider typical and atypical development as nuanced processes. The content serves to inform readers on assessment and intervention for children with commonly occurring and rare conditions, which require close and complex multidisciplinary collaboration.

• Fully encompasses sensory processes, cognitive processes, and other critical factors (internal and environmental) that influence conceptualisation and intervention.
• Multidisciplinary and international team of co-authors (clinicians, and academic experts) ensuring the synthesis of research and clinical perspectives.
• Process-orientated approach with direct and relevant suggestions for assessment, diagnosis and development of excellent, evidence-based intervention strategies.
• Chapter-by-chapter case vignettes to bring the theory into practice.
• An index of critical measures for quick reference.

Readership 

An essential resource for early-career paediatric neuropsychologists, clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, paediatric neurologists, neurodisability and community paediatricians, and specialist nurses.

Author podcast

Rhonda Booth

Rhonda Booth is the Senior Teaching Fellow on an MSc that caters for both clinical and educational psychologists and psychology graduates.  They are required to teach evidence-based practice and use experiences of clinicians to help illustrate this in practice. Rhonda has obtained funding through the Corpal charity to collate the research associated with agenesis of the corpus callosum and to communicate this to parents and interested practitioners in a straightforward manner.

Tara Murphy

Dr Tara Murphy is a Consultant Paediatric Neuropsychologist and Clinical Psychologist. She has worked at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, England since 2003 co-leading Neuropsychology and services for children with tic disorders.  Dr Murphy has also been involved in driving research in children with a range of neurodevelopmental and neuropsychological challenges. She has published more than 50 peer reviewed scientific articles and co-authored 3 books.   

 

Kathy Zebracki

Chief of Psychology, Shriners Children’s Chicago, USA. Clinical Psychologist specializing in Pediatrics/Rehabilitation and an Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Former Board Member of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine. Board Member of the American Spinal Injury Association, as well as Chair of the Professional Advisory Council of the Illinois Spina Bifida Association. Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Division 54 Pediatric Psychology and Division 22 Rehabilitation Psychology).

Other books by Kathy Zebracki

Author Appointments ix
Foreword xi
Preface xiii

PART 1: SENSORY AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
1 Vision 3
Rebecca Greenaway and Naomi Dale
2 Hearing 19
Fionna Bathgate and Lindsey Edwards
3 Sensory Integration and Processing 31
Sarah A Schoen, Virginia Spielmann, and Cristin M Holland
4 Motor Coordination 43
Dido Green and Elizabeth L Hill
5 Language 57
Anne Hoffmann, Karen Riley, and Christina Hawkins
6 Speech 71
Frédérique Liégeois and Angela Morgan
7 Visuo-Spatial Processing 81
Katie Gilligan-Lee, Elizabeth Roberts, and Emily Farran
8 Attention 93
Megan Scott and Tom Manly
9 Memory 105
Rachael Elward, Patricia Martin-Sanfilippo, and Faraneh Vargha-Khadem
10 Auditory Processing 119
Teresa Bailey
11 Executive Function 131
Deborah Budding and Laura Flores Shaw
12 Social Functioning 143
Miriam Bindman, Sarah Cole, and Rhonda Booth
13 Disruptive Behaviour 159
Alice Jones Bartoli and Stuart White
14 Literacy 171
Valerie Muter and Margaratt Snowling
15 Handwriting 183
Mellissa Prunty and Emma Summer

PART 2: FACTORS INFLUENCING CLINICAL FORMULATION
16 Prenatal Exposure to Medicines and Chemicals 195
Rebecca Bromley and Jennifer Shields
17 Early Adversity 209
Bettina Hohen and Jane Gilmour
18 School and Education 219
Helen Jackson and Rebecca Ashton
19 Mental Health 233
Megan Eve and Fiona McFarlane
20 Intellectual Disability 245
Kyle Deane, Lindsay Katz, and Scott Hunter
21 Speech, Motor Impairments, and Physical Limitations 261
Seth Warchausky

PART 3: FACTORS INFLUENCING ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK
22 Culture 277
Daniel Stark
23 Validity Testing in Paediatric Neuropsychology 289
Brian Brooks and William MacAllister
24 Paediatric Teleneuropsychology 301
Elizabeth Roberts, Rosie Brett, and Tara Murphy
25 Feedback 319
Karen Postal

Measure Index 331
Index 349

Paediatric Neuropsychology within the Multidisciplinary Context: Foreword by Steven J. Hughes (Free ebook) - £0.00