Clinical Neurology: From the Classroom to the Exam Room by Jeffrey W. Clark DO

By Jeffrey W. Clark DO

This publication takes a singular method of primary neurology that bridges the distance among the study room and the sufferer come across: it teaches scholars and citizens easy methods to arrive at a presumptive analysis in an effective demeanour. starting with the preliminary method of the neurologic sufferer, the e-book directs the reader in getting proper info from the heritage and neurologic exam. A NeurAxis chart and a What may the matter Be? bankruptcy support the reader make feel of the background and exam findings and speedy reflect on the diagnostic probabilities. Case experiences motivate readers to use this method of genuine sufferers.

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O’Connor (2001) states that ‘‘EPT is an integrative model of play therapy incorporating key elements of the analytic (Freud, 1928; Klein, 1932), childcentered (Axline, 1947; Landreth, 1991), and cognitive-behavioral models (Knell, 1993) of play therapy, as well as elements of Theraplay (Jernberg, 1979; Jernberg & Booth, 1999) and reality therapy (Glasser, 1975)’’ (p. 33). Ecosystemic play therapy is theory dependent (rather than technique dependent). The theory is used to match a wide array of techniques and creative activities and interventions, and to utilize them with specific clients and their problems following a well-developed treatment plan.

Using strips of paper to write on, we worked together on selecting three issues/problems each about home, school, and his family for a total of nine items we would work on in therapy. We left one paper blank, which would allow him to spontaneously address something not covered. KL wrote on each strip the goal we selected and decorated an envelope in which the paper strips were placed. Each session when he entered the room, the envelope would be put out and he would get to pick one of the pieces of paper for us to focus on.

Klein, M. (1932). The psycho-analysis of children. London, England: Hogarth Press. Knell, S. (1993). Cognitive behavioral play therapy. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson. Landreth, G. (1991). Play therapy: The art of the relationship. Muncie, IN: Accelerated Development. , & Sweeney, D. (1996). Play therapy interventions with children’s problems. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson. Messer, S. B. (1992). A critical examination of belief structures in integrative and eclectic psychotherapy. In J. C. Norcross & M.

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