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Living With Brain Injury Support Group

Living With Brain Injury is a peer support group for survivors of brain injury. Join for a conversation among peers.  This is not a therapy group, and it is not run or supervised by medical or mental health professionals.  

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Fredericksburg Women’s Coffee Social Group

A social group for BIS clients. Meets monthly on the last Tuesday. Based on the current recommendation of the CDC and local health officials, groups hosted by Brain Injury Services will meet via Zoom. To receive a secure Zoom invitation, you must RSVP by email to the contact listed below.

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Virtual Chair Yoga Group

Join the Virtual Chair Yoga Group!Classes are appropriate for beginner and intermediate level participants who want to add mobility, stretch, light exercise, and relaxation to their routine. To join the Virtual Chair Yoga Group:  email Raisa Velez at rvelez@braininjurysvcs.com. Once you join, you will receive monthly reminders and the Zoom link to the Chair Yoga… Read More »Virtual Chair Yoga Group

Caregiver Support Group

The Caregiver Support Group is for family and other caregivers/loved ones who are involved in the life of someone with an acquired brain injury.  That "someone” does not have to be a client of BIS.  Meets monthly on the fourth Tuesday. Facilitated by Joy Koeppen, LCSW/BIS Mental Health Therapist, and Paula Levin-Alcorn, LCSW/Adult Case Manager. … Read More »Caregiver Support Group

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Music Therapy

Join us and discover the benefits of music therapy with Allison Terrell, a Board-Certified Music Therapist.  Music therapy promotes relaxation, creative thinking, and memory skill-building. This is an opportunity to experience music in a new way. You don't need a musical instrument or be a musician to participate.  All you need is a love of… Read More »Music Therapy

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Living With Brain Injury Support Group

Living With Brain Injury is a peer support group for survivors of brain injury. Join for a conversation among peers.  This is not a therapy group, and it is not run or supervised by medical or mental health professionals.