Emilie E Godwin

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OBJECTIVE To describe and compare caregivers' and patients' helpfulness and goal attainment ratings of the Brain Injury Family Intervention (BIFI), and qualitatively evaluate their perceptions of most important things learned. METHODS 76 caregivers and 76 patients with acquired brain injury participated in the BIFI, a structured family intervention(More)
In this commentary, clinical researchers examine the potential benefits of adopting Resilience Theory in the practice of psychotherapy after brain injury. This commentary presents the development of the paradigmatic shift that has given rise to the resilience movement. Additionally, the primary tenets of resilience theory are explored and the utility of the(More)
BACKGROUND While study on the emotional effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI) for individuals and caregivers has increased dramatically over the years, insufficient research has been performed on TBI's impact on the coupled relationship or the healing process successful couples go through following injury. As such, couples are left on their own to adjust(More)
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