This is an excellent book, providing insights into neuropsychology and into the cognitive rehabilitation of clients. The authors cover a great deal of information in their 15 chapters, which are organized into four parts. Part 1, Fundamentals for Practicing Cognitive Rehabilitation, includes much important information about neurological disorders. Part 2, Management Approaches for Cognitive Impairment, gives practical strategies for addressing such issues as memory theory applied to intervention, management of dysexecutive symptoms, and communication issues. Part 3, Interventions for Behavioral, Emotional, and Psychosocial Concerns, deals with managing depression, anxiety, challenging behaviors, and working with families. Part 4, Working With Special Populations, has two chapters: chapter 14, "Rehabilitation of Children With Acquired Cognitive Impairments," and chapter 15, "Management Strategies for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury." Anyone who wants to know about neuropsychology, cognitive impairment, brain damage, and the treatment of such will find this a very useful book.