Traumatic Brain Injury

Working with survivors of traumatic brain injury

Offering survivor and family support:

  •   Survivor support for your individual situation
  •   Support for the friends and family
  •   Individual and family counselling
  •   Coping skills for the grief, loss and anger, which naturally occur to all affected
  •   What to expect
  •   Finding hope and inspiration again
  •   Coordinating therapies and care
  •   Finding life balance again
  •   Compesatory strategies

Learning more about Traumatic Brain Injury can help you plan and cope better which leads to lower anxiety and faster healing.

  • Post traumatic stress symptoms and disorder (PTSD).
  • What are the symptoms?
  • How to cope with symptoms and move toward healing
  • Re-experiencing upsetting memories
  • Avoidance of thoughts, feelings conversations and events that remind one of the traumatic events
  • Feeling distant from others
  • Feeling jumpy
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Feeling irritable
  • Loss of appetite

These are all symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury that can be improved with therapy and learning

I can help with the following symptoms and more:  250-216-9422,  dawncox@shaw.ca

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