The New Frontier of Concussions: Understanding Mental Health Outcomes

Webinar Reg | Mental Health Challenges in Sports

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The New Frontier of Concussions: Understanding Mental Health Outcomes

July 20th, 2022 || 10am PDT / 1pm EDT
CE Credits: 1 Category A CEU / 1 PRA AMA Category 1 Credit™

Webinar Reg | The New Frontier of Concussions


Course description:

Join our webinar to get a better understanding of how concussions can affect an individual's mental health as well as evidence-based practices for managing mental health concerns such as anxiety and depression in your treatment plans.

In this course you'll learn:

  • Why concussions affect mental health outcomes

  • Risk factors for mental health problems after a concussion

  • How to address mental health concerns in your treatment plans

About the presenter

Martin Mrazik July Webinar Speaker

Martin Mrazik, PhD, R.Psych.

Clinical Neuropsychologist
Professor, Department of Educational Psychology
University of Alberta

Dr. Marty Mrazik is a clinical neuropsychologist and professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Alberta where he joined in 2006 in the School and Clinical Child Psychology program. He also consults with the National Hockey League (NHL) and serves in an associate research role with the Canadian Football League (CFL).

Dr. Mrazik has been an investigator in 5 CIHR funded studies in Canada, investigating sport concussion and traumatic brain injury (TBI) in children. He has published over 60 manuscripts and book chapters and presented on sports concussions nationally and internationally. He was also the first Canadian honored as a Fellow with the Sports Neuropsychology Society for outstanding contributions to the field of sports concussions.