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What are the most difficult psychological obstacles for families to overcome after spinal cord injury?

What are the most difficult psychological obstacles for families to overcome after spinal cord injury?

Toby Huston, PhD

Psychologist, Craig Hospital, Colorado

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Lots of times the biggest challenge for a family member is how to know how best to help. What does this person need from me at any given time? Do they need me to be sad with them? Do they need me to push them? Do they need me to be the cheerleader wh... Show More

Lots of times the biggest challenge for a family member is how to know how best to help. What does this person need from me at any given time? Do they need me to be sad with them? Do they need me to push them? Do they need me to be the cheerleader when they’re down? Do they need me to join in that experience? So I think for families, it’s often times not knowing how to be there for the person.

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What are the most difficult psychological obstacles for families to overcome after spinal cord injury?

Toby Huston, PhD

Psychologist, Craig Hospital, Colorado

More Videos by Toby Huston
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Lots of times the biggest challenge for a family member is how to know how best to help. What does this person need from me at any given time? Do they need me to be sad with them? Do they need me to push them? Do they need me to be the cheerleader when they’re down? Do they need me to join in that experience? So I think for families, it’s often times not knowing how to be there for the person.

What are the most difficult psychological obstacles for families to overcome after spinal cord injury?
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