Many people report that their relationship is affected and roles can drastically change within the family. Others note that learning to adjust to changes in their loved one’s personality, behaviour and social skills is the most challenging. It is hard to know where to turn to for the right help.
With training in counselling and neuropsychology, our team can provide you with specialised support to better understand the changes associated with an acquired brain injury or dementia, as well as practical strategies to help with changing behaviour and cognition in an everyday setting.
We can provide counselling support to help gain an understanding of the impact of brain impairment
• Identify strategies for coping and living with brain
• Dealing with feelings of stress and other emotions
• Make referrals for relevant assistance
Our team commonly provides counselling support for the following conditions:
• Traumatic brain injury
• Memory loss
• Dementia and other neurodegenerative conditions including
• Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders
• Frontotemporal dementia
• Alzheimer’s disease
• Vascular dementia
• Lewy Body Dementia
• Brain tumours