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Tag Archives: neuropsychologist
Note: From here on out, I’ll be adding memory and reasoning training to my posts. It makes no sense for me to have hundreds of readers every day who are looking for TBI recovery solutions, and NOT offer them something … Continue reading →
Trauma from traumatic brain injury is about more than what caused the injury. Life after TBI (or other brain injuries) is traumatic all around. And the stress of living with yourself after TBI, can be like a river cutting a … Continue reading →
So, something has occurred to me over the past years, with all the new neuroplasticity writing coming out. At last, science is catching up… which is helpful. And folks are publishing well-researched work, which is both informative and often entertaining. … Continue reading →
I’m pretty much of a Type A person — although my competitive streak targets myself, rather than others. Wait, no… I do instinctively compete against others, as well. I must admit, I’m happiest when I’m Alpha. This is not in … Continue reading →
This is a continuation of an extended thought process – click here for the first part. Science (especially imaging) is starting to reveal what has always been true of the human system. It changes over time, responding to stimuli. The … Continue reading →
So, it’s a beautiful day. Unfortunately, I only got about 6 hours of sleep last night. I stayed up too late and woke up too early. I’ll remedy that later with a long nap. That’s the plan, anyway. I’ve got … Continue reading →
My specific discontent with my neuropsychologist is providing impetus to expand and look in more directions for input and ways to progress. That’s working to my advantage, because it’s easier to move on to the next level, when what used … Continue reading →
I had a really good session with my neuropsych last night. But not for the reasons you might think. I came away with a renewed sense of really being capable of dealing with things on my own. In terms of … Continue reading →
I had a very taxing day, yesterday. In the midst of telling my manager that I was leaving (and having them freak out, albeit in a professionally muted way), and also trying to get work done, so that I can … Continue reading →
When I was first tested on my “gist reasoning”, I did extremely poorly. I didn’t learn till later, that I was supposed to answer a certain way. This next exercise is similar to the test I failed badly, the first … Continue reading →