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How to work with Traumatic Brain Injury Clients and their Families
Presented and developed by Nancy Holmes, PsyD, CBIS and Kate Robinson, MA, LPC, CADCI and Lillieth Grand, MS, MT-BC
There has been a slight change since the brochure went out. Pat Murphy who has contributed to the development and information in this workshop, will no longer be presenting. Presenting and contributing with Nancy Holmes will be Kate Robinson who has over 10 years of experience working with TBI clients and their families and Lillieth Grand.
This workshop will cut across all levels of therapeutic experience and is based on the fundamental belief that many disciplines may be required to treat and navigate a Brain Injury survivor into a meaningful life beyond treatment.
Topics addressed during this workshop are from the perspective of mental health/ rehabilitation (including music therapy) professionals and include the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) survivor and their family. General themes include an overview of TBI including emotional aspects, identification of TBI from a variety of settings, the survivor's treatment team, pre-rehabilitation, rehabilitation and building a safety support net for the survivor.
Presenters Dr. Nancy Holmes, Kate Robinson and Lillieth Grand will share what they’ve learned from years of experience working with individuals with Brain Injury and their family members.
Continuing Education (CE) Information
Nancy Holmes, PsyD, CBIS
Nancy Holmes has a PsyD in Counseling Psychology, an MA in Psychology and Education. She is licensed both in the states of Oregon and Washington.
Nancy has been in private practice since 1981. Currently she has offices in both Portland and Redmond. She works with survivors of Traumatic Brain Injuries and their families, chronic pain management, and other clients needing psychological treatment.
Ms Holmes is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist. She is a current board member of the Brain Injury Alliance of Oregon since 2009, the Brain Injury Association of Oregon since 2010, and the Oregon Psychological Association since 2005.
Kate P Robinson, MA, LPC, CADCI
Kate Robinson received her Master's Degree from Portland State University in Education: Counseling with a Specialization in Rehabilitation. She has been a practicing counselor for over 10 years, specializing in treating patients with Acquired Brain Injury, Dual Diagnosis, Depression, Anxiety, Chronic Pain and Chemical Dependency.
Kate is currently the owner of Clear Path Counseling, LLC where she works with teenagers and adults specializing in treating individuals with Acquired Brain Injury, chemical dependency and addictions, chronic pain, depression and anxiety.
Upcoming Dates and Registration
Date: Friday, October 27th, 2017
Time: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Cost: $155.00 USD
Campus: Providence Willamette Falls Community Center, Oregon City, OR
Room: Room C
Map: Directions to our campus location.