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Adam’s Tips for Being an Active Participant in Conversations

Adam’s Tips for Being an Active Participant in Conversations

One-on-one conversations are easy and fun, but for someone like Adam, who has a brain injury, being in a large group can be challenging.

Beyond Chanting “OM”: The Power Behind Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training for Soldiers

Beyond Chanting “OM”: The Power Behind Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training for Soldiers

Why do cavemen have the upperhand to humans today when it comes to calming down after a stressful situation?

How Can Healthcare Providers Initiate a Conversation with a Patient About Sexuality and Intimacy?

How Can Healthcare Providers Initiate a Conversation with a Patient About Sexuality and Intimacy?

Sometimes making a comment like "after TBI, a lot of people have changes in their sexuality" instead of asking a question that puts a patient on the spot is more effective. From there, you can gauge when and how to address issues of sexual health.

Deployment-Related TBI and Co-Occurring Conditions

Deployment-Related TBI and Co-Occurring Conditions

Learn to identify and treat the co-occurring conditions that are common in deployment-related concussion.

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Invisible Heroes

Invisible Heroes

Navy Safe Harbor wants everyone to know that Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, and veterans with TBI and PTSD should be treated as the heroes that they are.

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