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Concussions and What to Do About Them with Small Brooklyn Psychology
Join us for Concussions and What to Do About Them with Dr. Natashia Brown from Small Brooklyn Psychology on Wednesday, December 8th @ 12:00pm

Head injuries can lead to a concussion and, sometimes, to fatigue, headaches, difficulty concentrating, and brain fog. What is a concussion exactly? What kinds of effects might stem from a concussion? What's part of the normal healing process and when should you worry? And what can you do about it?

Neuropsychologist Dr. Natashia Brown will answer all these questions and more. She'll help you understand concussions and post-concussion syndrome across all ages, and she will leave time to answer your own questions as well.

This webinar series is media sponsored by Park Slope Parents.

Dec 8, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Natashia Brown, PhD, CAS
Clinical Neuropsychologist @Small Brooklyn Psychology
Natashia Brown, Ph.D., CAS is a clinical neuropsychologist and certified addiction specialist. She has multiple years of experience in conducting neuropsychological, psychological, and educational evaluations ranging the lifespan from young children to older adults. She completed her undergraduate at Cornell University, her Ph.D. at University at Albany, and her Postdoctoral Clinical Neuropsychology training at Fielding Graduate University, under Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg. She has worked in a variety of settings. Prior to her work at Small Brooklyn Psychology, Dr. Brown was a Senior Psychologist for over six years at NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital within Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine. As part of an interdisciplinary team, she worked extensively with individuals diagnosed with traumatic and non-traumatic brain injury, concussion, and injury-related mood symptomatology.