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Dr. Lori Weisman Explains “Ambiguous Loss”

Coping with loss is an important part of rebuilding after traumatic brain injury, but it’s difficult to do with losses that aren’t well understood and recognized by society. Therapist Lori Weisman calls this “ambiguous loss.”
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Therapist Lori Weisman has helped thousands of brain injury survivors rebuild their lives. In this two-part episode of Brain Injury Today, she joins Brain Injury Alliance of Washington Executive Director Deborah Crawley to discuss the term “ambiguous loss.” The two talk about why it is important for survivors and their loved ones to know this term and recognize it in their lives in order to move forward. Lori returns in Episode 8 to talk about finding hope and resilience amidst ambiguous loss.

Lori Weisman

Learn more from Lori by visiting 7 Pathways to Reconnecting after Traumatic Brain Injury

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This episode of Brain Injury Today was produced and edited by Goal17Media.com and is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spotify.

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Brain Injury Organizations
Brain Injury Alliance of Washington (BIAWA)
The Pooled Alliance Community Trusts
United State Brain Injury Alliance
Brainline

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Other Resources
Brain Injury Art Show
Brain Injury Today Podcast

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