|Big Sis and Great Niece marching through a maize maze in Norfolk,||Summer 2013|
“You’ve seen one brain injury….you’ve seen one brain injury” ’
Look at the brilliant picture on the flyer at the bottom of that posting!
Here, in James Piercy’s blog, is yet another example of how story-telling plays such an important role in research and knowledge of neuro-rehabilitation.
Story-telling has been important to neuro-psychologists such as A.R Luria and Dr Oliver Sacks for so many years and my personal library has a whole shelf of books with personal accounts of recovery from brain injury and neuro-rehabilitation. Story telling is very important in my work as a conductor and now also to a growing number of my clients.
There will be more about telling stories and narrating case studies in the second of my presentations in just a couple of weeks in Munich –