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Traumatic Brain Injury...You Can't Just "Walk it Off" with guest Amy Zellmer

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The chances of you having experienced or someone that you know having experienced a concussion or "TBI" are higher than you think!  Join Sam and Amy as they share insight, stories and solutions to help brain injury survivors and their loved ones!  With many myths and societal limiting beliefs around concussions, Sam and Amy will help break down the stigma and replace it with current facts, research and hope!

Sam Black is a Master Coach, Speaker, Trainer and International Psychic Medium.  Sam is also a Brain Injury Survivor!  In 2013, she was hit by an impaired driver and her life would change forever.  Determinded to not be a statistic, Sam regained control over her live through positive thinking, gratitude and being flexible in building a new future with what was possible, rather than focusing on what was not working.  Sam now extends that learning to her clients through coaching for transitions and rebuilding their lives following trauma, injury and change!  She has a passion for helping others to find the gems that they have inside and shine to their fullest potential!

Amy Zellmer is an award-winning author, speaker, and traumatic brain injury survivor. She is a frequent contributor to Thrive Global and also produces a podcast series for survivors and caregivers and is the creator of the #NOTINVISIBLE brain injury awareness campaign, and is the author of Life With a Traumatic Brain Injury: Finding the road Back to Normal which received a silver award at the Midwest Book Awards. She sits on the Brain Injury Advisory Council through the Brain Injury Association of America and is also involved with the Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance's "citizen advocates."   

 

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