Group interactive structured treatment (GIST): A social competence intervention for individuals with brain injury

@article{Hawley2010GroupIS,
  title={Group interactive structured treatment (GIST): A social competence intervention for individuals with brain injury},
  author={Lenore Hawley and Jody K Newman},
  journal={Brain Injury},
  year={2010},
  volume={24},
  pages={1292 - 1297}
}
Background: Impairments in social competence are among the most prevalent sequelae of traumatic brain injury and present a major barrier to a person returning to a productive life. The recent increased incidence of TBI among military personnel and the subsequent difficulties these individuals face reintegrating into society accentuates the need for efficacious social competence treatment interventions for the TBI population. Method and results: This paper outlines the theoretical model and… 
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