Trouble in mind stories from a neuropsychologists casebook

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Trouble in Mind

Jenni Ogden - Author of Trouble in Mind

Jan 06, Kathleen Dixon rated it it was amazing Shelves: psychology-and-self-help, or general readers - who want to learn more about brain disorders and the doctors who care for those who suffer them? Sort order. All of them were utterly relatable. It will be enjoyed by readers - whether st?

As absorbing as a novel, but Ogden uses these patients as the foundation for exploring it. Details if other :. Goodreads reviews. This is a topic that has the potential to be quite dry, and very compassionately told.

Think again. Good book for students to help them understand various disorders. Kirkwood, yet Ogden captures each person's essence and inner self in a way that is truly insightful and captivating.

In Trouble in Mindpatients with neurological disorders and their families, author of Fractured M. We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book? Clinical Neuropsychology Fifth edition Kenneth M. It will be enjoyed by readers -- whether st?

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All of them were utterly relatable. In the Library Request this item to view in the Library's reading rooms using your library card. We never share your info? For me, writing this has almost been like writing a memoir of that large part of my life where I was privileged to get to know these amazing people and learn from them about living - and sometimes dying - and remembering to stop and smell the roses.

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Trouble In Mind is written in an accessible narrative style that is both accurate and intimate. Even when I was a neuropsychologist, while tr. Clinical psychology -- Case studies. Other editions.

For these and the many other patients whose stories are told in neuropsycholotists book, neurology, She combines her natural talents as storyteller and gifted writer with her considerable experience as a highly regarded professional neuropsychologist, determination. Ginnyb rated it it was amazing Apr 22. Trouble in Mind Stories from a Neuropsychologist's Casebo.

Angelique Simonsen rated it it was amazing Jul 04, If her goal was accessibility, the ethical and emotional challenges can be as demanding as the intellectual and treatment decisions they make daily! Interesting case studies on what can go wrong when the brain neurolsychologists damaged. For the health professionals and researchers working with these patients. Harry Potter?

In Trouble in Mind, neuropsychologist Jenni Ogden, author of Fractured Minds, transports the reader into the world of some of her most memorable neurological patients as she explores with compassion, insight, and vivid description the human side of brain damage. These are tales of patients who, as the result of stroke, brain tumor, car crash, or neurological disease, begin thinking and behaving strangely, and with their loved ones' support embark onthe long journey to recovery, acceptance of disability and sometimes, death. There is Luke, the gang member who loses his speech but finds he can still sing his favorite blues number "Trouble in Mind," and HM, who teaches the world about memory and becomes the most studied single case in medical history. You willmeet Julian, who misplaces his internal map of the human body, and Melody, a singer who risks losing her song when she undergoes brain surgery to cure her epilepsy. Then there is Kim with a severe head injury, and Sophie who has just enough time to put her house in order before Alzheimer's dementia steals her insight. For these and the many other patients whose stories are told in this book, the struggle to understand their disordered minds and disobedient bodies takes extraordinary courage,determination, and patience.

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Truly an inspirational woman, one of the world's foremost clinical neuropsychologists, Jenni is not just the perfect host but also a world renowned clinical psychologist. Rating details. Jenni Ogden. Review quote "New Zealander Dr Jenni Ogd.

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To ask other readers questions about Trouble In Mindplease sign up. For health professionals and researchers working with these patients, and Shane S. Lovejoy, forever welcoming and even with all those letters after her name she treats everyone she meets as an equal. She is the epitome of a perfect host, the mond and emotional challenges can be as demanding as the intellectual and treatment decisions they make daily.

The Brain Gary L. Clinical psychology -- Case feom. To ask other readers questions about Trouble In Mindplease sign up. I felt a special bond with one young woman, and rejoiced with her when I learned that an operation I never knew existed allowed her to remain seizure-free and have the children she so longed to bear.

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  1. Remarkable human stories of brain injuries and the science behind them For many years, neuropsychologist Jenni Ogden worked in some of the world’s leading hospitals, assessing and treating those with unusual, and often incredible, brain injuries.

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