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Message ID: 11017
Date: 2021-12-22

Author:Greene, Brandon

Subject:Re: traumatic brain injury and complex trauma

Lisa You’re probably familiar with May Institute, historically a good rep in developmental disabilities. Now have TBI program but I can’t speak to its reputation. Further north (Maine) I have colleague who specializes in the challenge. He could be helpful and would certainly know the professional landscape throughout the area. Contact me off list for that info. Cheers On Tue, Dec 21, 2021 at 4:02 PM Lisa Fontes > wrote: Dear Colleagues, On behalf of a family, I am looking for someone in Connecticut (or nearby states?) with an expertise in traumatic brain injury AND complex PTSD. This is to help with a case involving a child who suffered shaken baby syndrome years ago--leading to blindness and developmental delays--and who is now coping with other traumas. Feel free to write me privately if you prefer. LFontes@rcn.com Thank you! Lisa Aronson Fontes, PhD University of Massachusetts Amherst -- Brandon F. Greene, PhD, BCBA-D Associate Professor, Retired Coordinator, Graduate Program in Applied Behavior Analysis Shenandoah University Winchester, Virginia 22601 EMail: bgreene@su.edu

Lisa You’re probably familiar with May Institute, historically a good rep in developmental disabilities. Now have TBI program but I can’t speak to its reputation. Further north (Maine) I have colleague who specializes in the challenge. He could be helpful and would certainly know the professional landscape throughout the area. Contact me off list for that info. Cheers On Tue, Dec 21, 2021 at 4:02 PM Lisa Fontes > wrote: Dear Colleagues, On behalf of a family, I am looking for someone in Connecticut (or nearby states?) with an expertise in traumatic brain injury AND complex PTSD. This is to help with a case involving a child who suffered shaken baby syndrome years ago--leading to blindness and developmental delays--and who is now coping with other traumas. Feel free to write me privately if you prefer. LFontesrcn.com Thank you! Lisa Aronson Fontes, PhD University of Massachusetts Amherst -- Brandon F. Greene, PhD, BCBA-D Associate Professor, Retired Coordinator, Graduate Program in Applied Behavior Analysis Shenandoah University Winchester, Virginia 22601 EMail: bgreenesu.edu