Table of contents for Disability and psychology : critical introductions and reflections / edited by Dan Goodley and Rebecca Lawthom.


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Preface; D.Goodley & R.Lawthom * Disability and Psychology: Theoretical and Practical Landscapes; D.Goodley & R.Lawthom * PART ONE: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DISABILITY: FROM INFANCY TO ADULTHOOD * Negotiating Impairment and Disability: Disabled Babies, Parents and Professionals; C.Tregaskis * Being in School: Disabled Children and the Struggle for Inclusion; P.Murray * The DDA and Lifelong Learning? Disabled Students and Higher Education; D.Viney * Young, Disabled and Graduated: Barriers and Dilemmas for the Disabled Psychology Graduate; P.Stannett * Towards a Psychology of Disability; The Emotional Effects of Living in a Disabling Society; D.Reeve * Disability and Old Age: Or Why It Isn't All in the Mind; M.Priestley * PART TWO: DISABILITY, PSYCHOLOGY AND PRACTICE: FROM A DISABLING TO AN ENABLING PSYCHOLOGY * Against Stereotypes: Experiences of Disabled Psychologists; F.Levinson & S.Parrit * Understanding our Disabled Clients in Clinical Psychology; J.Clegg * Enabling Educational Psychologists: An Oxymoron?; L.Todd * Teaching With Tourette's: Disabled Teachers and Students; R.Evans * Counselling with the Social Model: Challenging Therapy's Pathologies; J.Swain, C.Griffiths & S.French * Community Psychology with Disabled People; R.Lawthom & C.Kagan * Conclusions: Disability and Psychology: Empowering Relations?; D.Goodley & R.Lawthom * References
Preface; D.Goodley & R.Lawthom * Disability and Psychology: Theoretical and Practical Landscapes; D.Goodley & R.Lawthom * PART ONE: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DISABILITY: FROM INFANCY TO ADULTHOOD * Negotiating Impairment and Disability: Disabled Babies, Parents and Professionals; C.Tregaskis * Being in School: Disabled Children and the Struggle for Inclusion; P.Murray * The DDA and Lifelong Learning? Disabled Students and Higher Education; D.Viney * Young, Disabled and Graduated: Barriers and Dilemmas for the Disabled Psychology Graduate; P.Stannett * Towards a Psychology of Disability; The Emotional Effects of Living in a Disabling Society; D.Reeve * Disability and Old Age: Or Why It Isn't All in the Mind; M.Priestley * PART TWO: DISABILITY, PSYCHOLOGY AND PRACTICE: FROM A DISABLING TO AN ENABLING PSYCHOLOGY * Against Stereotypes: Experiences of Disabled Psychologists; F.Levinson & S.Parrit * Understanding our Disabled Clients in Clinical Psychology; J.Clegg * Enabling Educational Psychologists: An Oxymoron?; L.Todd * Teaching With Tourette's: Disabled Teachers and Students; R.Evans * Counselling with the Social Model: Challenging Therapy's Pathologies; J.Swain, C.Griffiths & S.French * Community Psychology with Disabled People; R.Lawthom & C.Kagan * Conclusions: Disability and Psychology: Empowering Relations?; D.Goodley & R.Lawthom * References



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Disability studies -- Great Britain.
Psychology -- Great Britain.
Sociology of disability -- Great Britain.
People with disabilities -- Great Britain.