Brain Injury2019-08-16T18:10:06+00:00

When one of you has sustained a brain injury, nothing feels the same as it was before. The physical, cognitive and emotional effects felt by the injured partner can be devastating-yet the “healthy” partner faces tremendous grief and confusion too. Relationships can suffer under the weight of these extreme pressures.

You have already lost a lot. You don’t need to lose each other.

I have special expertise in working with couples that are striving to overcome brain injuries. If you need help putting your lives back together again, I am ready to share the healing techniques I have developed in working with hundreds of brain-injured clients and their partners for over 35 years.

As a long-time health care practitioner, I bring a unique blend of skills to the challenge of helping you recover. I am a trained speech pathologist with a thorough understanding of brain functioning, as well as a former clinical director of brain injury centers in California and Utah. As an expert witness, I have helped courts and juries understand the difficulties that brain-injured clients face. I have provided effective psychotherapy for hundreds of clients dealing with brain injuries and I am ready to put my expertise to work for you.

Contact me today if…

  • You or your partner have suffered a brain injury
  • The injured person has difficulty with attention, concentration and memory
  • You have constant headaches, migraines, or fatigue
  • Others say, “What’s taking so long? You look good so you must be feeling better.”
  • Friends don’t understand why you can’t make plans, or need to leave early
  • You can’t depend on your brain injured spouse, or they have trouble following through
  • You feel like your partner isn’t the same person anymore
  • You’re grieving the life you lived pre-injury
  • Everything looks perfect on the outside, but you’re struggling on the inside
  • You’re ready to get in touch with what you want out of life

I would love to hear from you!

Contact me today

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