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INJURED NOT BROKEN: ADDRESSING MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS WITH A WHOLE-LIFE RECOVERY APPROACH Brain Injury Alliance Annual Conference April 11th, 2013 Brooklyn.

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1 INJURED NOT BROKEN: ADDRESSING MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS WITH A WHOLE-LIFE RECOVERY APPROACH Brain Injury Alliance Annual Conference April 11th, 2013 Brooklyn Center, MN

2 2 YOUR PRESENTERS TODAY Sonja Kruse, MA, CBIS, ARMHS Specialist Shannon Campbell, MS, ARMHS Specialist

3 3 COURAGE CENTER MISSION COURAGE CENTER EMPOWERS PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES TO REALIZE THEIR FULL POTENTIAL IN EVERY ASPECT OF LIFE.

4 4 ARMHS ADULT REHABILITATIVE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (ARMHS) ARE REHABILITATIVE SERVICES: 1. MENTAL HEALTH DIAGNOSIS (AND BARRIERS TO FUNCTIONING) 2. SKILL BASED: MANAGEMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH INVOLVEMENT IN THE COMMUNITY INDEPENDENT LIVING 3. COMMUNITY-BASED (HOME, LOCAL COMMUNITY) 4. MEDICAL SERVICE- (NOT WAIVER FUNDED)

5 5 OUTLINE 1.WHY “BROKEN”? (LOSS AND TBI) 2.THE MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY MOVEMENT 3.THE WHOLE-LIFE APPROACH 4.CLIENT EXAMPLES 5. IDEAS AND RESOURCES

6 6 EXAMPLE I WOULD: I AM:

7 7 INTRODUCTION TBI AND “BROKEN”

8 8 CONTRIBUTING FACTORS GRIEF AND LOSS FOCUS ON DEFICITS MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS FAMILY SYSTEMS AND CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS CHANGING ROLES QUESTIONING IDENTITY CONSTANT COMPARISONS LIFESTYLE/HOBBIES FINANCIAL PROBLEMS

9 9 TBI AND “BROKEN” IRREPARABLE DAMAGE INCOMPLETE “LESS THAN” (COMPARISON) (NOT A PHILOSOPHICAL STANCE)

10 10 CO-OCCURRENCE OF BRAIN INJURY AND MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS 1.7 MILLION/TBI/YEAR (est.) DEPRESSION IS THE MOST FREQUENT PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESS OBSERVED AMONG CLIENTS WITH TBI 18-40% Immediate or several years later May resolve or be ongoing ANXIETY DISORDERS FOUND TWICE MORE OFTEN IN INDIVIDUALS WITH TBI THAN IN THE GENERAL POPULATION (36% VS 18%) CO-MORBID MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS ARE COMMON (DEPRESSION/ANXIETY MOST COMMON CO-MORBIDITY)

11 11 HISTORY OF MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY MOVEMENT  RECOVERY MOVEMENT IN THE US  1800’S  CONCEPT OF RECOVERY  1900’S  NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH ACT (1946)  2000’S  NEW FREEDOM COMMISSION ON MENTAL HEALTH

12 12 PIONEERS OF MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY MOVEMENT  DOROTHEA DIX  CLIFFORD BEERS  PAT DEEGAN  MARY ELLEN COPELAND  MARTIN SELIGMAN

13 13 PRINCIPLES OF MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY 1. SELF-DIRECTION 2.INDIVIDUALIZED & PERSON-CENTERED 3.ENPOWERMENT 4.HOLISTIC 5.NONLINEAR 6. STRENGTHS-BASED 7. PEER SUPPORT 8. RESPECT 9. RESPONSIBILITY 10. HOPE

14 14 RECOVERY PROGRAMS, TREATMENTS & THERAPIES  WRAP  KEY CONCEPTS  STRENGTHS-BASED PSYCOLOGY  EXAMPLE: PROBLEM VS. STRENGTH  NARRATIVE THERAPY  KEY PRINICIPLES  ADDITIONAL THERAPIES  CBT, SUPPORT GROUPS, OT, PT, S/LT, VIDEO GAMES

15 15 NEW DEVELOPMENTS & FUTURE RESEARCH  TBI, THE MILITARY AND MENTAL HEALTH  PREVELANCE  TREATMENTS  CURRENT RESEARCH  FUTURE TRENDS  TBI, SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH  PREVELANCE  TREATMENTS  CURRENT RESEARCH  FUTURE TRENDS

16 16 MIND BODY SPIRIT A WHOLE-LIFE APPROACH

17 17 CLIENT EXAMPLES VIDEO

18 18 CLIENT EXAMPLES PHOTOS

19 19 IDEAS, STRATEGIES, RESOURCES

20 THANK YOU! CONTACT INFO: COURAGE CENTER ARMHS PROGRAM

21 21 QUESTIONS

22 22 BIBLIOGRAPHY Copeland, Mary Ellen (1997) Wellness Recovery Action Plan, Peach Press, Moore and M. Stambrook. Cognitive moderators of outcome following traumatic brain injury: A conceptual model and implications for rehabilitation. 1995, Vol. 9, No. 2 Pages UBM Medica Psychiatric Times: Mood and Anxiety Disorders Following Traumatic Brain Injury Ricardo E. Jorge, MD | June 1, Brain Injury Association of America: Photo images courtesy of:


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