Terrie Price, PhD
Neuropsychologist/Director of Neuropsychology and Family Services, Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City, Missouri
Terrie Price, PhD, ABPP is the Director of Neuropsychology and Family Services at The Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City where she specializes in neuropsychological assessment, consultation and counseling. She holds a PhD in Counseling Psychology and is board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in Rehabilitation Psychology. Dr. Price received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Brain Injury Association of Missouri in 2005, and was the 2014 recipient of the Essie Morgan Award of the Psychology and Social Worker section of the American Spinal Cord Injury Professionals.
Dr. Price’s video interview answers these basic questions: How are family relationships affected after a spinal cord injury? What’s the best advice you have for spouses or partners after a spinal cord injury? What coping strategies work best for family members after a spinal cord injury? How do you deal with patients with a spinal cord injury who don’t want to use a wheelchair? She also talks candidly about sex and dating after paralysis, what signs indicate the need for psychotherapy, and how to know when it’s safe to return to work or school after a spinal cord injury.