Trained couple’s therapist and neuropsychologist Giles Yeates helps support couples and families and their connection and intimacy after a brain injury. He talks to NR Times about how couples can resume their sex lives after brain injury.
“It's about reconnecting that sense of closeness and connection, I'm trying to rehabilitate love,” he says.
“After a brain injury, the focus is on the injury and regaining independence, rather than interdependence, but many families ask for this.
“When people talk about personality changes, saying the person is different and the connection feels damaged or wrong, couples therapy is way to help them find their way back to each other.”
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