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Dr. Nathan Zasler, an internationally respected physician specialist in brain injury care and rehabilitation, talks about what caregivers should know if their loved one with TBI develops depression.
This is an excerpt from BrainLine's webcast Caregiving and TBI: What You Need to Know. See full webcast here.
Why Is Depression Common After Brain Injury?
Healthy Minds is a 13-part award-winning TV series about the latest research and insights about mental illness, created to help reduce the stigma associated with psychiatric disease, which often prevents patients and their families from getting needed help. This 30-minute segment on depression features veteran newsman Mike Wallace and his wife Mary, who discuss how they dealt with his depression and reveal intimate details about his suicide attempt and ultimate recovery. From WLIW21 Public Television, in conjunction with NARSAD. Used with permission. All rights reserved. Third-party use restricted. www.wliw.org.
Transcript of this Video.Depression with Mike Wallace
Learn how it may be possible to have a brain injury and not realize it. Four people share stories of the difficulties they experienced with brain injuries, particularly when problems were attributed to something else. Narrated by Dr. Margaret Brown with contribution from Dr. Wayne Gordon, Brain Injury Research Center, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Produced by Generator Pictures with David Scholem.
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