ABSTRACT

An invaluable resource for the mental health professional who must deal with the uncooperative and difficult elderly patient.

part Section 1|40 pages

Understanding and Assessing Uncooperativeness

chapter 1|14 pages

Who's to Blame for Uncooperativeness?

ByT.L. Brink

chapter 2|5 pages

The Role of Depression and Anger

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |3 pages

Rx: Anger

ByLizette Peterson

chapter 3|5 pages

Make the Patient Feel Like a Helper

ByT.L. Brink

chapter 4|5 pages

Uncooperativeness as Information

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |3 pages

Uncooperative Patients

ByGeorge G. Merrill

part Section 2|57 pages

Psychotherapy for the Uncooperative Patient

chapter 6|15 pages

Staff Casualties of Patient Uncooperativeness

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |13 pages

Staff Abuse by the Nursing Home Patient

ByDorothy I. Meddaugh

chapter 7|13 pages

Psychotherapy and Self Psychology

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |11 pages

Uncooperative Patients or Empathic Failures?

A Self Psychology Perspective
ByMarcella Bakur Weiner, Marjorie Taggart White

chapter 8|6 pages

Cognitive-Behavior Therapy and Uncooperativeness

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |4 pages

Resistance in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: A Case Study

ByDavid Silven, Dolores Gallagher

chapter 9|5 pages

Meeting the Patient More Than Halfway

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |3 pages

Resistance in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: A Case Study

ByGeorge E. Shute

chapter 10|13 pages

Intergenerational Psychotherapy for Uncooperative Patients

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |11 pages

Contextual Family Therapy for Families With an Impaired Elderly Member: A Case Study

ByScott Jones, Mary Ann Flickinger

part Section 3|90 pages

Case Management for Uncoopera Tiveness

chapter 12|6 pages

Managing Medication Non-Compliance

ByT.L. Brink

chapter 13|5 pages

Milieu Therapy for the Dementia Patient

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |3 pages

Catastrophic Reactions

ByJulia M. Thornbury

chapter 14|10 pages

Behavioral Management for Uncooperativeness

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |8 pages

The Management of Apparent “Paranoid” Behaviour In a Patient With Multi-Infarct Dementia

ByGuy B. Proulx, Kenneth B. Campbell

chapter 16|10 pages

Music and Exercise: A Great Combination

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |7 pages

Exercise-to-Music for the Abusive Patient

ByDorothy I. Meddaugh

chapter 18|12 pages

The Team Approach for Hypochondriasis

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |10 pages

Managing an Uncooperative Patient: A Physician-Psychologist Team Approach

ByRandy T. Kohl, Rick McNeese, Michael G. Kaven

chapter 19|5 pages

Advice for the Internist

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |3 pages

The Uncooperative Geriatric Patient

ByArthur C. Walsh

chapter 20|12 pages

The Case for One-To-One Nursing Assessment

ByT.L. Brink

chapter |10 pages

From Duckling to Swan

ByWendy Chusid Raber, Faye Lamboo, Lynne Mitchell-Pederson