“But I Never Hit My Head…”: The prevalence of undiagnosed TBI and how it presents in your practice
In this presentation, we will become familiar with the effects Traumatic Brain Injuries and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy have on the human condition, both personally and interpersonally.
Using the lens of Applied Psychophysiology, the practical understanding of the mind-body interrelationship with regard to therapeutic treatments of various kinds, we will explore therapeutic approaches used in cases gleaned from the twenty-five-year clinical practice of Kayle Sandberg-Lewis, LMT, MA, BCN Fellow. A supportive review of research will be provided.
Major topics include
The prevalence of TBI/CTE
The effects of TBI on
- the autonomic nervous system,
- leading to changes in arousal levels
- leading to personality changes
- interpersonal relationships
Various Applied Psychophysiological approaches for addressing TBI
- Attendees will appreciate the prevalence of TBI, including dominant demographics
- Participants will comprehend the effects of TBI on the autonomic nervous system.
- Colleagues will understand the ease with which TBI/CTE occur
- Participants will become cognizant of how prevalent under-identification of TBI is
- Attendees will perceive the effects TBI/CTE have on interpersonal relationships