At Rehab Without Walls® we are always looking for ways we can support individuals with brain injuries outside of traditional rehab methods.

Following a brain injury, there are behavioral issues that may develop, which can interfere with an individual’s rehabilitation progress, but, more importantly, lead to concerns about safety, personal relationships, and the ability to perform overall daily functions.

Our neuropsychology team provides psychological counseling to individuals, and their families, by addressing anxiety, depression, and issues around emotional adjustment to injury.

We perform comprehensive neuropsychological assessments to determine what cognitive issues, or psychosocial factors may be present. We then meet with individuals and their families to discuss the diagnosis, prognosis, or issues related to the recovery process and the rehabilitation program, along with provide recommendations for successful reentry into prior activities, such as school or work.


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