Do you think you should be feeling better? You should! Dr. Charles Parker , a Neuroscientist, psychiatrist, and author of two books is offering a free webinar March 14th 6-8 pm (eastern time). This includes an interactive session and expert advice of “brain science”, including TBI along with ADD.
This neuroscientist starts getting a biological profile to determine balance with neurotransmitters, hormones, and trace minerals. Read the comment about a gentleman who improved after 18 years. It sounds like a very similar story to mine.
With advances like this, TBI symptoms could possibly be managed with the quality of life improving drastically. Let’s all keep pushing for quality and searching for the proper professionals. One of his books “Deep Recovery” focuses on “labels” during recovery/rehabilitation and where the focus should be during evaluation, assessment and treatment for adequate care.
I truly believe signing up for this Shindig will be an educational opportunity no one wants to miss. What do you think about the research, and possible improvement in TBI symptoms and quality of life?
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by Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
An article in the ADD Advocacy Series
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As I said on an earlier post,Dr. Charles Parker, fellow ADD advocate, is one of the physician crusaders for specificity – of diagnosis and of treatment approaches – and he will be at your service on March 14th, 2013, no matter where you are in the world, at no charge whatsoever.
Neuroscientist, adult and child psychiatrist, Dr Parker is the originator of CorePsych, and the creator of an amazing amount of high-value webcontent in various formats on the CorePsych Blog.
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February 20, 2013 at 10:39 pm
That sounds terrific Edie, however, I do not put confidence in anybody but myself (and my confidence level is extreely low). And I do not trust those who claim to be , “In the know.” You said it yourself, “You don’t get TBI unless you get it!
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February 20, 2013 at 11:21 pm
Trust that I would not mislead you purposefully. The professionals I am referring are scientists sincerely looking for solutions. They also are dealing with brain dysfunctions of varying degrees either themselves, family or friends. You are right I do believe “You don’t get TBI unless you get it!” Remember that some people are very high functioning after injury or endure brain dysfunction (ADD and so much more), and they are struggling to help everyone and there’s a mountain to climb to go against colleagues.
Let’s climb this mountain with them, or push them up the mountain so someday they can reach the top and always treat successfully TBI, ADD, and all brain dysfunction problems. We can do this together. No one can do it alone. I do understand the lack of confidence when one struggles so long with multiple system failures. When life is shattered in so many ways, it’s hard to ever trust again. You will begin to trust, one person at a time. First, trust God and trust yourself.
I’ve been so impressed by your successful court appearance that you took upon yourself, stood up for yourself, and a judge listened! So many others wasted additional years of your life struggling through the justice system when you already had enough to deal with TBI. Where is justice?
I know the emotional crap going on in my life during 2007 zapped the “Trust” out of me and each time I regain it in a new way. When I think there is no “Trust” left, I seem to find it somewhere to give it another try. It’s finally working for me! I drop the people who violated everything I stand for, and remind myself that my time and life is too valuable to deal with simple things that are meaningless.
I haven’t had court appearances and other things you have, but it could have easily ended that way. I was fortunate! I haven’t yet addressed what happened but I will in future posts. It really was just a mind game. People truly thought I was taking advantage of the system. That’s a sick though! And they didn’t get it, because they don’t have it! I don’t need anyone like that in my life, and it’s better without them.
BTW I’m behind on my reading but I’ll be delighted to see how this outstanding father-and-daughter relationship withstands the in-and-outs of TBI. I love how you approach your daily life caring for the most fragile and blessed miracles: children! Take care and stay safe, Edie