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Have you had a stroke or traumatic brain injury?

Are you are the caregiver of someone who's life has changed with a brain injury

This site is for you.  

Do any of these statements describe how you feel?
  • I wish I could walk and get the use of my left arm. 

  • I’m so exhausted.  . . . I just don’t have the energy.

  • Nobody knows anything about aphasia. They only want the treat the physical part.


I understand. I had a brain injury myself that changed my life. I can tell you that you can get better as long as you believe in yourself. And, you don't have to recover on your own.

the mind plays a key role in your recovery -- MENTAL REHEARSAL

Mental rehearsal can help you get better. As you go over a new movement in your mind to create new skill, you tap into neuroplasticity. It works best when you tie it in to rehab and a skill you need to build or regain. Like walking. Or talking.

The Mental Rehearsal I put together is meant to let you see what they are all about.

What Others are Saying




“I had a stroke. No one really knows what it is like unless they have also experienced a brain injury. I had aphasia (a speech disorder) from my stroke, so talking . . . well, I couldn't do much. I was so frustrated because, when the words didn't come out it felt like a little piece of my was dying. Marcia changed that. Because of the guidance she provided, I can speak naturally now. In fact, I speak to audiences all across the U.S.!


Marcia reminded me that it takes more time than expected to recover from a brain injury. I learned to savor the small things as they happened, and rejoice when I made a breakthrough. With Marcia on my side, I was never alone. 

I loved the coaching experience with Marcia. The thing that most caught me by surprise is that, regardless of where I was on my journey, Marcia saw the real me.”

Want to explore whether working with a coach is your next best step?

Book your 30-minute complimentary Stroke Forward Success Path today!

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