Rehabilitation Psychology Desk Reference
For more effective treatment, teamwork, and consultation, turn to this concise yet comprehensive review of the state of the art in rehabilitation psychology and find out what the experts recommend for helping disabled patients overcome self-destructive behavior, adjustment disorders, chronic pain, cognitive and perceptual deficits, chemical dependency, and other barriers to rehabilitation.
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Psychological Adjustment to Spinal Cord Injury
Social and Interpersonal Factors
Psychological Services to Individuals with Spinal Cord
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