Acquired Brain Injury


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  • Newby, G., Anderson, C., & Todd, D. (2011). It takes time, practice and thought: Reflections of a neuropsychologist’s experience in implementing the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Clinical Psychology Forum, 218, 16-20.
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  • Todd, D., Newby, G., & Simpson, J. (2008). A survey of clinical neuropsychologists’ assessments of capacity in England and Wales. The BPS Division of Neuropsychology newsletter, 7, 1-3.
  • Todd, D., Smith, M. (2020). Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) After Brain Injury. In G. Yeates & F. Ashworth (Eds.), Psychological Therapies in Acquired Brain Injury (pp. 23-43). London: Routledge.
  • Todd, D., Simpson, J., & Murray, C. (2010). An interpretative phenomenological analysis of delusions in people with Parkinson’s disease. Disability and Rehabilitation, 32, 1291-9.
  • Todd, D., & Todd, J. (2007). Impact of implementation intentions on exercise adherence. Journal of Lymphoedema, 2, 38-43.
  • Weatherhead, S.J., & Todd, D.J. (eds.) (2014). Narrative approaches to brain injury. Karnac books: London.
  • Todd, D., & Smith, M. (2019). Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) after brain injury. Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis.
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  • Killen, A., Olsen, K., McKeith, I. G., Thomas, A. J., O’Brien, J. T., Donaghy, P., & Taylor, J. P. (2020). The challenges of COVID-19 for people with dementia with Lewy bodies and family caregivers. International journal of geriatric psychiatry, 10.1002/gps.5393. Advance online publication.
  • Killen, A., Flynn, D., De Brún, A., O’Brien, N., O’Brien, J., Thomas, A. J., McKeith, I., & Taylor, J.-P. (2016). Support and information needs following a diagnosis of dementia with Lewy bodies. International Psychogeriatrics28(3), 495–501.