How a Parent's Brain Injury (TBI) Affects Children and Adolescents

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Children have a unique experience of PTSD and TBI — they’re young, they may not fully understand what is going on, and they are usually are not provided the information they need.

Dr. Stephen Cozza, Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at the Uniformed Services University, discusses the different ways a parent’s brain injury and/or PTSD may affect children.

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MICHAEL MURPHY says:

mother was suffer TBI. I was age 11. I'm am 33 and still to this day have to remind myself that it not the mother I had when I talk to her on the phone. I had to mentally bury my real mom and learn how to deal with this new person in my life. my brother and I have suffered as much as one can in regards to the subject above. not one therapy session or discussion on the effects. it's like I'm reminded every time we see or talk about the lost of my previous mothers way. this subject is rare and I can not find a lot of studies on it. thanks for the Info. but was kinda basic.

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