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Are you recovering from an acquired brain injury? We are here to share tips and coping strategies on symptom management!

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Instructor: Elizabeth Choi, PhD, Psychological Associate under Rebecca Crabb PhD

This is a 3-part webinar series dedicated to coping with common cognitive, physical and mood symptoms after sustaining an acquired brain injury with mild cognitive symptoms.

Dates: August 9, 16, 23 (Tuesday)

Time: 7-8:15 PM (PDT) 1-hour webinar + 15-mins Q&A

Instructors: Elizabeth Choi PhD, Brooke Adams PsyD (supervised by Dr. Rebecca Crabb)


The series is appropriate for individuals (and caregivers of individuals) who are recovering from an acquired brain injury and have mild cognitive impairments, as well as providers/clinicians who treat this population.

Fee: $15 per session. Below are several options:

(i) 10% off ($40 total) when you attend all 3 webinars. Click on any date to purchase "All 3 Seminars".

(ii) If you wish to attend only certain dates, please select each date separately and add to your cart for final checkout.

(iii) We are offering this webinar series free-of-charge for individuals in financial need, no questions asked. If you wish to select this option, please select your date(s) first, and then choose the option for Donation/Scholarship on the next page.

The presentation portion will be recorded (we will not record the Q&A), and the recording will be sent to registrants. Participants' names and images will NOT be recorded.

Webinar #1: Attentional and processing speed changes after brain injury

Date: August 9, 2022 Time: 7-8:15 PM Pacific

– Understanding changes in the brain after injury

– Types of attention functions localized in the brain

– External and internal attention strategies

– Time Pressure Management (TPM) strategy for slowed processing speed

Webinar #2: Mental fatigue and memory changes after brain injury

Date: August 16, 2022 Time: 7-8:15 PM Pacific

– Understanding what mental/neuro fatigue is

– Managing mental fatigue to optimize performance

– How memory works inside our brain

– External and internal memory strategies

Webinar #3: Physical symptoms and mood changes after brain injury

Date: August 23, 2022 Time: 7-8:15 PM Pacific

– Common physical symptoms after brain injury

– Pacing strategies for coping with somatic discomfort

– Problem-solving approaches for mood management

– Preventing possible brain injury in the future

**For patients/caregivers: Please note that this is an informational series and not a medical or psychological treatment program. Our presentation will be most relevant for individuals with mild cognitive, physical, or mood symptoms who experienced their injury within the last 2 years. However, we also welcome those with a less recent injury and believe the materials will still be helpful.

**For clinicians: Regretfully, we do not offer any CE credits for our webinars at this time.

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