2024.11.07 – A New Clinical Approach to Treating Anger after Brain Injury (Live Webinar)

A David Strauss Clinical webinar featuring Dawn Neumann, Ph.D. Airs live at 3 p.m. ET on November 7, 2024.

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In this David Strauss Clinical webinar, Dawn Neumann, Ph.D., FACRM will describe newly identified factors, known as negative attributions, that significantly contribute to anger and aggression after brain injury. Dr. Neumann will demonstrate two assessments that can be used to clinically evaluate a patient’s tendency toward negative attributions and describe a new clinical approach for treating anger and aggression associated with negative attributions called Intervention to Change Attributions that are Negative (ICAN).

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain what negative attributions are and their relation to anger and aggression after brain injury.
  • Discuss assessments that can be used to evaluate patients for negative attribution style thinking.
  • Describe the ICAN approach to treating anger and aggression.

Includes 1 ACBIS CEU.

Speaker Bio

Dawn Neumann, Ph.D., FACRM is an Associate Professor at Indiana University School of Medicine in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. She has a Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Science from SUNY Buffalo, NY, and an M.A. in Psychology from Rutgers, NJ. Her research aims to advance the understanding and treatment of social cognition and emotion dysregulation deficits after traumatic brain injury. She serves on the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation editorial review board and has received several recognitions, including the ACRM Deborah Wilkerson Award, ACRM Mitchell Rosenthal Award, and the Joshua Cantor Scholar Award. 


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