The Resilient Brain

Coping with Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Springing into Concussion Awareness

Along with the warmth and sunshine of spring comes time for organized sports and outdoor fun. Along with this fun comes an increased risk for concussions in children and teens. How do you help prevent your child from sustaining a concussion? And if one does happen, will you recognize the symptoms and assessment tools to make sure they get a proper diagnosis? Read More

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Diane Roberts Stoler, Ed.D., is a Neuropsychologist, Board Certified Health Psychologist, Board Certified Sports Psychologist, and Trauma Therapist with over 35 years experience.


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