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Living Well with Dr. John - Adjustment Through the Lifespan
Join Dr. John Chang for the next monthly webinar of Living Well with Dr. John- Adjustment through the Lifespan. Dr. John will focus on practical tips during the adjustment phases that most individuals with SCI's encounter at some point (or continuously) throughout their lives post-injury. Dr. John will provide basic concepts, potential trigger reactions, as well as some practical coping strategies. More specifically, topics such as stress, crisis, loss, self-concept, unpredictability, and quality of life will be covered in the webinar.

This event is FREE for everyone to attend. Live captioning will be available.

This webinar will be recorded and sent out via email to all registrants, as well as available on the Reeve Foundation YouTube channel.

If you have any questions ahead of time, please use the "Questions & Comments" box located on this registration screen.

Disclaimer: This is for educational purposes only. For psychological services, please contact your state psychological association for referral.
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Dr. Jyh-Hann (John) Chang
Dr. Jyh-Hann (John) Chang is a Clinical Psychologist and is Board-Certified in Rehabilitation Psychology. He is a Professor of Psychology at East Stroudsburg University, and consulting psychologist for both Lehigh Valley Health Network Pocono Medical Center and Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital. Dr. Chang also has a private practice through Doctor’s on Demand. He earned his Doctorate degree at the University of Connecticut in Clinical Psychology, and completed his Postdoctoral Fellowship at Gainesville, FL Veterans Administration in Gerontology. He was the Chair of the Advisory Board for People with Disabilities for Northeast Pennsylvania and Chair of the Diversity Committee for Division II Society of Teaching of Psychology. He created The Compassion of Others’ Lives Scale which was replicated internationally. At 19, a surfing accident rendered him a tetraplegic. He is a recipient of National Science Foundation grants, Reeve Foundation’s Quality of Life grants, and a CEMRRAT grant.