Neuropsychologist Maria Mouratidis Talks About the Heroes She Meets Every Day

Brainline, a fantastic resource for info on traumatic brain injury and other neurological conditions, offers this discussion with the U.S. Command Consultant for Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health at the National Naval Medical Cente. She talks about treating mental health issues (including addictions) holistically, suicidal thoughts, military families and brain injury, compassion fatigue, emotion, and learning from vets in this interview edited into six short clips.

Producer: Brainline Featuring: Maria Mouratidis
Format: Flash Date: 17/09/08
Length: pt1 00:04:43, pt2 00:02:26, pt3 00:02:23, pt4 00:02:03, pt5 00:03:20, pt6 00:02:45  
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    Last reviewed: 26 May 2010

APA Reference
Kiume, S. (2010). Treating Vets with Brain Injuries. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 28, 2014, from


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