Psychotherapeutic Interventions for Adults With Brain Injury or Stroke presents the expertise of clinical psychologists who are well versed in the use of psychodynamic psychotherapy to connect the brain impairment with the psychological and cognitive sequelae for these patients. Among the book's highlights are chapters discussing history, ethics, awareness and denial, transference and countertransference, rationalization, family responses, and substance abuse. Each chapter is self-contained and could be read independently. Because the editors selected a broad range of psychodynamic topics that are presented briefly, some chapters cover topics that could fill an entire volume themselves. For interested readers, a bonus is the variety of citations to earlier, original, and seminal psychological writings.