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by Sally Lemberg,Ernest R. Griffith
Author: Sally Lemberg,Ernest R. Griffith
Publisher: F A Davis Co; 1st edition (January 15, 1993)
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Although traumatic brain (TBI) can happen to anyone, most of the people who suffer TBI are otherwise healthy and . Ernest R. Griffith and Sally Lemberg provide the answers in Sexuality and the Person with Traumatic Brain Injury.
Although traumatic brain (TBI) can happen to anyone, most of the people who suffer TBI are otherwise healthy and sexually active. Symptoms vary widely in severity and type and can include baffling, disturbing changes in sexual behavior and function. Rehabilitation can help most survivors to regain some or all of their former lives, roles, and abilities, including sexuality Although traumatic brain (TBI) can happen to anyone, most of the people who suffer TBI are otherwise healthy and sexually active.
YES, this is a book about sex and sexuality for survivors (and their families) of traumatic brain injury. Many, many survivors suffer "in the dark" from changes in their sexuality and "appetites" following their injuries. It is easy to read yet technically complete enough to satisfy the professional. It is appropriate for use in the acute care hospital setting as well as post-acute or outpatient situations. Head injury support groups would also benefit greatly from having this text in their libraries.
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Lemberg, . F. A. Davis, Philadelphia (1993). Psychosexual consequences of traumatic brain injury methodology and preliminary findings. Brain Inj. 3, 177–186 (1989). PubMedGoogle Scholar.
1 TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY LIBRARY Professional Literature Texts .
1 TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY LIBRARY Professional Literature Texts Journals Manuals Videos TBI RESOURCE CENTER Alumni House Rhode Island College 600 Mt. Pleasant Avenue Providence, RI Tel Fa. 5 An Educator s Manual B-15 Ron Savage and Gary Wolcott, 1995 An Educational Challenge: Meeting the Needs of Students with B-16 Brain Injury by Dana DeBoskey, 1996 Sexuality & the Person with TBI- A guide for families B-17 By Ernest Griffith and Sally Lemberg, 1993 Building Friendships B-18 Judith Voss, 1999 Traumatic Brain Injury and Vocational Rehabilitation B-19.
Postconcussion symptoms are frequent after traumatic brain injury (TBI) but their relationship with sexual quality of life remains unexplored. The current study aimed to: (a) compare sexual quality of life in a sample of individuals with TBI and healthy controls; and (b) explore the relationship between.
Sexuality and the Person with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide for Families, Ernest R. Griffith and Sally Lemberg, 1993, . Prognosis The extent of an individual's enduring problems after a brain injury depend on many factors. Prompt and proper diagnosis and treatment can help minimize some consequences of brain injury.
How does a traumatic brain injury affect sexual functioning? . How long does a person who had a subarachnoid hemorrhage have to wait before having sexual activity? reply
How does a traumatic brain injury affect sexual functioning? The following changes in sexual functioning can happen after TBI: Decreased Desire: Many people may have less desire or interest in se. Sexuality Is A Family Matter by Carolyn Rocchio in Family News And Views: A Monthly Publication of the Brain Injury Association, 1993. How long does a person who had a subarachnoid hemorrhage have to wait before having sexual activity? reply.
Living with Brain Injury will help readers - both families of patients and professionals alike - through ne. This book should be required reading for anyone working with patients that have suffered any type of brain injury. I read this before my own brain injury and what I learned helped me recover faster then anyone has in the rehab I was in. As a matter of fact the shortest 'normal' stay is 3 to 6 months, I was only there a month. I have a long way to go to full recovery but with the help of these books I feel I will do more then anyone expected, actully I am already doing that.