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Concussions and Depression: Assessment and Treatment

Presenter: Barbara Kapetanakes, Psy.D.

September 28, 2018 • 9:30am – 12:30pm

Fee: $95.00 | FIW Alumni: $85.00

CEU's: 3

Current research on the consequences of concussions, especially repeated concussions, is demonstrating psychological, as well as physical, sequelae. In particular, there is a link between concussion and depression, with distinct injury patterns in patients who suffer depression compared to those who do not.
This workshop will review the literature on neuro-anatomy and concussions and discuss how to provide supportive treatment for patients with such injuries. Participants will learn what treatments are effective, how to make an assessment and develop a treatment plan directed toward return to work or school.

All workshops are held at:

333 Westchester Avenue, Conference Room A
White Plains, New York 10604

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