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Rehabilitation Psychology

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"Disabilities come in many varieties, both visible and hidden. Losing a limb or eyesight is life-changing. Disabilities can take the form of physical impairment such as these or they can take the form of hidden difficulties such as mental health issues, limited mental capacity, addiction, and homelessness. Even being newly released from prison can pose challenges to living a productive and full life. These things present both physical and psychological challenges. It is the task of a rehabilitation psychologist to help those with disabilities and their families get to a place where the disabled person can experience the greatest quality of life possible. This can include things like counseling, helping make school and workplaces more accessible, and helping a person get the equipment they need to function on a daily basis. Learn what all a rehabilitation psychologist does and how you can pursue this as a career."
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ISBN 978-1-4222-4710-5



ISBN 978-1-4222-7113-1




Copyright: 2023

Dimensions: 6.5 x 9

Page count: 80