Neuropsychiatric Aspects of Brain Injury & Postconcussive Syndrome - Live Webinar

March 27th, 2024 ♦ 3:30 PM ET ♦ 12:30 PM PT

Dr. Randall Benson

Format: Live Webinar
Sale price$75.00
Traumatic brain injuries cause problems that go beyond simple memory issues or other cognitive deficits. Behavioral changes can occur together with cognitive changes or on their own in the absence of notable cognitive or neurological deficits. Emotional, psychological, and personality changes are common behavioral changes following a traumatic brain injury (TBI). These can present as symptoms of irritability, anger, or spontaneous crying; but can go well beyond to include symptoms that change the course of a person’s life more than any cognitive deficits.

Behavioral changes are also less likely to improve than cognitive problems, leaving some people who sustain a TBI with permanent behavioral changes that can impact their personal and professional lives, as well as their self-perception. Also, while adjustment disorders are expected following trauma, emotional processing changes are frequently brought about by damage to neural circuitry.

This live webinar with behavioral neurologist and imaging neuroscientist Dr. Randall Benson will discuss:
  • The neurobiology of emotional processing in the brain
  • Categories of traumatic injury that affect emotional processing
  • Methods for detecting damage to emotional processing circuitry

If you handle traumatic brain injuries, this webinar will help you better understand neuropsychiatric injuries in your cases.

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Live Webinar:

March 27th, 2024 ♦ 3:30 PM ET ♦ 12:30 PM PT

60 minutes followed by up to 30 minutes of Q&A

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