Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Workbook
Douglas Mason, Psy.D.
This is an easy to understand overview of mild traumatic brain injury and description of symptoms and post concussion syndrome. The reader is given checklists and forms to record symptoms and set goals. Clear explanations guide the reader through the anatomy of the brain and what happens to the brain after a mild brain injury. There are specific chapters on physical aspects, the senses, attention, memory, cognitive communication, visuospatial processing, depression, and anxiety.
This workbook is filled with exercises on cognitive effects of mild brain injury as well as the psychological and emotional difficulties that can accompany changes in memory, attention and communication.
|Pages||174 pages, 8½ x 11, softcover|