Neuropsychotherapy: emerging from the shadows

Gavin Newby describes the development of neuropsychotherapy, a new and emerging discipline. Newby is an editor of and contributor to a ground-breaking book, Practical Neuropsychological Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury: A Guide for Working Clinicians.

A Basic Theory of Neuropsychoanalysis - Author's notes

'Not everyone will “buy” my system, but the goal was not to “have the last word”. Rather, the aim was to produce a framework that could contain comfortably advances made in psychology and neurobiology since psychoanalytic theory first emerged.'

W.M. Bernstein ​discusses his new book, which identifies what's most robust in psychoanalytic and biological theory, and aims to find useful common ground.