Episode 12 – Acceptance & Reducing Self-blame (Louis)

Louis, currently enrolled at Carleton University, is a former Rugby player, and athlete, who retired prematurely due to numerous concussions. He now spends his time playing and listening to music, reading and working out. We discuss acceptance and self-blame after concussion. Concussion Chats is a podcast hosted by the McGill Students for the Concussion Legacy Foundation, ...

Interview Series Episode 1 -Dr. Hilary Duncan, neuropsychologist

Dr. Hilary Duncan is a clinical psychologist with over 10 years of professional experience, including 8 years at Concordia University where she completed specialized training in neuropsychological assessment. Her training includes positions at the ADHD Clinic of the Royal Victoria Hospital, The Jewish General Hospital Memory Clinic, and the Johns Hopkins Hospital Neurorehabilitation Unit in ...

Episode 10 – Understanding & Learning about TBI (Marc P.)

Marc suffered a concussion almost 9 years ago playing basketball. He has been collecting ways of dealing with his symptoms ever since. He is an educator in a learning centre, a part-time professor and a proud father. A short description, but an excellent, inward looking talk. Marc understands that the brain injury journey is not so ...

Episode 77 – Brain Injury Challenges; Mountains of my Mind (Jill Wheatley)

On episode 77 Jill Wheatley, Mountains of my Mind, tells the story of how a baseball to her head in Germany has led her to Nepal. Jill's story is about hopes, dreams, and their fluidity. How they change, yet bring even greater joy! Follow Jill on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Concussion Talk Podcast is available on: iTunes/Apple Podcasts Spotify YouTube SoundCloud Stitcher Google ...