“This is an essential and unique book which courageously explores the subjective world of dementia. So many find too terrifying to contemplate and yet with this book as a guide, clinicians, but also families and carers, will come closer to understanding how the world impacts on the mind of an individual suffering from this disease. It also helps with insights in relation to how the experience of dementia in someone close to them impacts on their experience of the world. This is an extraordinarily helpful and long-awaited book, which will be welcomed by professionals as well as those effected by this illness.” – Peter Fonagy, OBE, Professor of Contemporary of Psychoanalysis and Developmental Science, University College London
I’m very proud to have contributed a chapter to this seminal work, regarding the Australasian experience of psychodynamic interventions in dementia. Available now for purchase.