|Can a Couple’s Intervention Reduce Unmet Needs and Caregiver Burden after Brain Injury?|
A structured couples intervention designed to improve relationship quality following acquired brain injury has the added benefit of reducing burden and unmet needs unique to the uninjured partner. Guidance and an empirically validated tool is provided to therapists working with couples following acquired brain injury, such as traumatic brain injury, stroke, and other non-progressive neurological disorders.
|Evaluation of a Brief, Skill-Building, Supportive, and Educational Intervention for Couples After Brain Injury|
Evidence that a curriculum-based education, skill-building, and supportive intervention can benefit couples for up to 3 months after treatment.