Extended Table of contents for 'Counselling and Psychotherapy with Older People in Care: A Support Guide'

Acknowledgements
Preface
Introduction

PART 1: THE CONTEXT
1. Residential Living

Building Trust with Staff
Who is Your Client?
Negotiating the Space
Collaboration is Key

2. Barriers to Engagement

The Referral Context
Resident Unfamiliarity and Wariness
Positive Psychology?

3. Types of Distress

Physical
Neurological
Social or Spiritual
Psychological
Environmental or Lifestyle

PART 2: INTERVENTION
4. The Moving Wheel of Assessment

The Mental Health and Neurological Spectrum
Determining Suitability and Whose Problem It Is
Informal Assessment
Formal Assessment

5. Invitations for Engagement

The Missing Jigsaw Piece
Undercover Agents
The Lifestory Interview

6. Types of Engagement

Issue Specific Interventions
Multimodal Interventions
An Integrated Model for Intervention

PART 3: THE BIGGER PICTURE
7. Caring for You the Psychotherapist

The Mickey Mouse Mindset
Buttons and Formal Supervision
Compassion Satisfaction
Dealing with Frustrations and Disillusions

8. Disempowering Attitudes

Urgh!
‘O’ is for Obsolete
It’s Not Worth It
What Do You Expect?
Where’s the Progression?

9. Building Senior-Friendly Care Systems

Empowerment or Dependency?
Relevant Programs of Specialist Care
Accessibility all ‘Round
Bring Sexy Back!

APPENDICES
Appendix 1: Determining Suitability and Tailoring Intervention
Appendix 2: Intake and First Few Sessions
Appendix 3: Some Experiences of Grief
Definitions
References
Further Reading and Resources
Notes
Subject Index
Author Index

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