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 Strategies to Promote Brain Recovery and Health

April 9, 2024 @ 7pm 

Online Meeting 

About the Talk:

Did you know there are lifestyle changes you can make to promote brain recovery and brain resilience? Learn about what we can do to influence neuroplasticity (adaptive structural and functional changes to the brain) after brain injury. This talk will cover:
– Intro to neuroplasticity
– Lifestyle factors and daily practices that can positively influence neuroplasticity (i.e., promote brain recovery and resilience)

About the Speaker:

Dr. Miller 

Dr. Miller is the Director of Brookside Psychologists and is a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist working with adults. Her primary area of practice pertains to neuropsychological assessment and treatment of traumatic brain injury. She previously served as President on the Board of the Brain Injury Association of Peel/Halton and is a member of the Ontario Brain Injury Association.

Dr. Miller also offers counselling treatment for anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and chronic pain, primarily using a cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) approach. She also provides client-centred counselling with regard to identity and relationship issues, particularly gender identity related concerns. She practices within an LGBTTIQ-affirmative framework.

Dr. Miller completed her Ph.D. degree in Counselling Psychology at the University of Toronto in 2011. Since 2000, Dr. Miller has held clinical positions at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (in the Inpatient/Outpatient Psychological Assessment Service and WSIB-funded Psychological Trauma Program) and the University Health Network – Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (UHN-TRI – Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery Study). She completed her master’s and doctoral training placements at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (Neuropsychology & Aging Program), CAMH’s WSIB-funded Work, Stress, and Health Program, and St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton (Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre, Neuropsychology Consultation Service, and Behavioural Medicine).

Pronouns: she/her

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