Traumatic Brain Injury
Anxiety/ Panic Attacks
Specific Skill Sets
•Holistic approach (valuing body, mind and spirit and 'thinking outside the box')
•Non-pharmacological approaches to managing pain
•Imago Relationship Therapy (offers a structured way to communicate with another person)
•DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy- Marsha Linehan): Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Distress Tolerance and Emotion Regulation Skills
•Biofeedback (Heart Rate Coherence) sympathetic and parasympathetic work
•Sklar Process™ (Visual Tools for Executive Functioning Success)
•EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing)
•Cognitive Restructuring Therapy
TBI (Vocational Rehabilitation) Assessment
Report that includes:
review of medical records (to be provided by OVRS office)
client interview (one or two visits of one hour each)
TBI brief screen (if Neuropsychological Evaluation is not part of the medical records)
vocational implications for treatment due to TBI (including if there are skills needed prior to vocational placement)
general recommendations (including overall needs such as individual treatment)
support groups or specific other therapies which may be helpful
Rehabilitation/Treatment Recommendations (1 hour or ½ hour) as part of an overall treatment plan.
Brief TBI screen for use with the TBI survivor (best with family/ friend present) Recommendations, referrals/ resources offered following screen.
Consultation (1 hour or 1/2 hour) often used to find community services or for a brief concern that usually has an educational component.