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Are chronic pain, anger, and PSTD linked? Find out how to break the cycle of frustration.
Discover how and why some people get post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and others do not.
Find out about compassion fatigue, or caregiver burnout, and how to cope with it.
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Find out if complex PTSD is treated any differently than PTSD.
People get mad in Starbucks because their coffee drink is not right. Really? How can I deal with non-military people who seem to have no idea what we have all gone through?
I’ve lost several battle buddies to suicide. I didn’t know it was that bad for them. How could I have helped them? What do I do when I start to feel that there is no other option?
Is telehealth treatment just as effective for TBI and PTSD?
People keep talking about accepting a “new normal” after TBI and PTSD from being in combat. But the thought of never being me again kills me.
How can I ever trust men after being sexually assaulted by another soldier who I thought was my friend? Learn how to heal.
Having a drink to unwind is not uncommon but can potentially be problematic if used in excess. Learn some strategies to help deal with increased drinking.
Dr. Neumann talks about how to help someone manage their reaction to difficult topics.
Dr. Neumann talks about how insecurities can play a significant role in prompting anger and frustration.
Dr. Neumann talks about ways of managing or avoiding anger and frustration after a brain injury.
Dr. Neuman talks about strategies for diffusing anger and frustration during heightened emotional situations.
Dr. Dawn Neumann talks about how to manage the unpredictable reactions of someone with a brain injury.
Dr. Emilie Godwin shares a strategy that caregivers can use to help spouses address challenges that the spouse isn't aware of.
Dr. Emilie Godwin talks about the difference it can make when a family realizes the changes they are going through after a brain injury are not unusual.
Dr. Emilie Godwin talks about her approach to couples counseling following a brain injury.
Emilie Godwin talks about the points at which couples often think about counseling after a brain injury.
Dr. Emilie Godwin describes the ways that communication between a couple can change and evolve after a brain injury.
Dr. Emilie Godwin talks about why it's important to openly talk about changes in roles and responsibilities after a brain injury.
Dr. Emilie Godwin talks about the ways family roles and responsibilities can change after a brain injury.
Dr. Jeffrey Kreutzer describes a tool his team uses to help families identify and talk about their feelings after a brain injury called The Brain Injury Family Intervention Feelings Checklist.
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