Brain injury

Private VSG-2 - SCCC

Hosted By
Thursday, Nov 23, 2023 | 12:30pm - 01:30pm PST
17 seats remaining
About this meeting
Private psycho-education group meeting. Requires invitation for entry, not open for the public.

About the host
I serve as a facilitator for the Washington State TBI Support Group Program. In this role, I strive to provide a safe, inclusive, and equitable environment for individuals to seek the support they need. My goal as a facilitator is always to put the needs of the group members first, above all else.
Recent reviews
Excellent work sir
Nov 30, 2023
Nick has been a fantastic group leader. Very patient and polite but efficient and effective in keeping us on track and on time.
Nov 22, 2023
The connection and topic on sharing, was of great value and will be something that I will use into the future
Nov 08, 2023
During my time of trouble, loss of focus, and understanding. Nick and the others in the group always remind me of hope and we are not alone. Keeping focused on improving and getting better. Love these groups and others that are here.
Nov 07, 2023
Great great awesome and great all I can say
Oct 27, 2023
Deaf people are excluded from participating.
Oct 27, 2023
the subject matters are a major help right now in my life
Oct 12, 2023
I love the support Nick provides as well as the others in the group. Best support group I have found.
Oct 06, 2023
The indepth level of understanding and prepardness is refreshing and so helpful
Oct 04, 2023
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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Support

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Support Groups

Washington State


Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Strategic Partnership Advisory Council of Washington State provides Support Groups through the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) that emphasize connection, education, and engagement in life after sustaining a TBI.


Our Support Groups are predicated on the concept of a person-centered approach that can aid in the development of long-term knowledge and generic problem-solving skills to help attendees overcome barriers to sustaining a fulfilling life.


These Support Groups may provide a therapeutic effect, but they do not provide therapy and instead focus on delivering organized bodies of knowledge and resources for the betterment of attendees.


The group rotation will consist of scheduled groups of one to two per week. Each group focuses on a specific topic geared towards individuals who have sustained a brain injury, their families, and providers.
*Please note, groups with "Private" in the title are for specific groups and are not open for public entry.

*Closed captioning is offered at indicated sessions.

National and Local Resource Links:


Washington 211


988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline


Community Living Connections


What is Traumatic Brain Injury or TBI? (Video)


Cognitive Behavior Changes with TBI (Video)