• Marin County Brain Injury Diagnosis, Treatment & Rehabilitation

     

    Brain Injury Network of the Bay Area
    1132 Magnolia Avenue
    Larkspur, CA 94939

    http://www.binba.org/

    The Brain Injury Network of the Bay Area (BINBA) serves primarily traumatic brain injury survivors; today over 30% served are stroke survivors and their families. BINBA is unique as its focus is on providing a coordinated network approach to post-acute brain injury rehabilitation. Post-acute rehabilitation is very important and BINBA provides long-term, affordable, rehabilitation services.

    James C. Wilson, Ph.D.
    712 D Street, Suite N
    San Rafael, CA 94901
    Phone: (415) 485-1939

    Email: jameswil@ix.netcom.com

    James C. Wilson is a psychotherapist. Psychotherapists are trained in neuropsychology and offer neuropsychological assessment, which can be very helpful, both in demonstrating that brain damage occurred (and that the person has deficits from the TBI) and in evaluating cognitive strengths and weaknesses, so that plans can be made for compensation.

    Kentfield Rehabilitation Hospital
    1125 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard
    Kentfield, CA 94904
    Phone: (415) 456-9680

    www.kentfieldrehab.com

    Kentfield Hospital’s Brain Injury Program is renowned throughout California and beyond. Dr. Doherty is a board certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation doctor (Physiatrist) who specializes in the care and management of traumatic and non-trauma related brain injuries. Additionally, the Spinal Cord Injury Program provides exceptional medical care for patients with traumatic and non-traumatic spinal cord injuries. The multidisciplinary team approaches of Kentfield’s rehabilitation programs provide the depth of expertise needed to achieve superior outcomes.

    Marin Brain Injury Network of the Bay Area
    1132 Magnolia Ave.
    Larkspur, CA 94939
    Phone: (415) 461-6771

    www.mbin.org

    The Marin Brain Injury Network of the Bay Area is a community re-entry program for adults with acquired brain injury. Services and programs include: structured therapeutic day treatment, acquired brain injury survivor education and support group, caregiver support group, individualized therapeutic computer programs, neuropsychological assessments, psychotherapy, art therapy, occupational therapy, resource referral service, a concussion information website, and community presentations.

     

    West Coast Post- Trauma Retreat
    4460-16 Redwood Hwy, Suite 362
    San Rafael, CA 94903
    Phone: (415) 721-9789

    http://www.wcpr2001.org/index.html

    The West Coast Post-Trauma Retreat (WCPR) program is for first responders whose lives have been impacted by their work experience. It is a residential treatment facility and provides an educational experience designed to help current and retired first responders recognize the signs and symptoms of work-related stress including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in themselves and in others.

     

     

    **For more brain injury resources near Marin County, please see Contra Costa county, Napa County, San Francisco County, and Sonoma County**

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