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Don Brady, PhD, PsyD, NCSP
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
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Papers Presented:

The Interwovenness of TBI / concussions and PTSD, & corresponding neuropsychological and counseling implications. Invited Speaker at the Mental Health Association of Onondaga County’s conference entitled: Veterans Services…Mental Health Matters, Syracuse, NY; April 2009. 

A Preliminary Investigation of Active and Retired NFL Players’ Knowledge of Concussions.  Poster Paper accepted at the annual International  Neuropsychological Society’s Convention, Boston, Mass; February 2006.

Sports-related concussions: much more than sports–related injuries.  Paper presented at the annual New York Counseling Association’s Convention, Buffalo, NY; October 2005.

Conflicts of interests within evidence based research.  Paper presented at the annual New York Counseling Association’s Convention, Buffalo, NY; October 2005.

Attention Deficit Disorder – A Rush to Judgment.  Paper presented at the annual New York Counseling Association’s Convention, Buffalo, NY; October 2005.

Attention Deficit Disorder – A Rush to Judgment.  Paper presented at the annual New York Counseling Association’s Convention, Glens Falls, NY; October 2004.

A Preliminary Investigation of Active and Retired NFL Players’ Knowledge of Concussions.  Paper presented at the Annual New York Counseling Association’s Convention, Glens Falls, NY; October 2004.

Sports-Related Concussions:  Much More than sports-related injuries.  Paper presented at the Annual New York Counseling Association’s Convention, Glens Falls, NY; October 2004.

A Preliminary Investigation of Active and Retired NFL Players’ knowledge of  concussions:  final report.  Paper and poster presented at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Health System Center’s Concussion Symposium Pittsburgh, PA; July, 2002.

The need for baseline data and follow-up assessment for sports-related concussion management.  Invited speaker at the Upstate Medical Center Health System 2001 Sports Medicine Symposium, Syracuse, NY; March 2001.

A Preliminary investigation of Active and Retired NFL Players’ knowledge of concussions:  initial findings.  Paper presented at the annual New York Association of School Psychologists’ Conference, Buffalo, NY; October, 2000.

Soccer Participation: Athletes at risk for sustaining a concussion. Paper presented at the New York Counseling Association’s 33rd Convention, Albany, NY; October, 1998. 

Sports-related concussions:  It’s Time to Take Brain Injury Serious.  Paper presented at the annual New York Association of School Psychologists’ Conference, Syracuse, NY;  October, 1998.

Concussions in Sports:  It is Time to Take Brain Injury Serious.  Paper presented at the 32nd annual New York State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Albany, NY; October, 1997.

The Post Concussive Syndrome:  Reflections on a Personal Experience.  Paper accepted for the 28th annual NY State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Binghamton, NY; October, 1993.

Minor Head Injury is Not Minor.  Poster presentation at the annual New York Association of School Psychologists’ Conference, Bolton Landing, NY; November 1992.

Some implications of Growing Up in Alcohol and Other Dysfunctional Families.  Paper Presented at the 26th annual NY State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Albany, NY; October, 1991.

Minor Head Injury is Not Minor.  Paper presented at the annual New York State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Albany, NY; October, 1991.

Growing Up in Alcohol and Other Dysfunctional Families.  Paper presented at the 25th annual NY State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Kiamesha Lake, NY; October, 1990.

Co-Dependency:  Much More than a Song and Dance.  Paper presented at the 25th annual NY State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Kiamesha Lake, NY; October, 1990.

Perspectives on Alcohol and Other Drug Use and Abuse by Athletes.  Paper presented at the 24th annual NY State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Syracuse, NY; October, 1989.

Should Athletes Who Possess Only One Brain Play Sports?  Paper presented at the 24th annual NY State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Syracuse, NY; October, 1989.

Learning Disabilities and Alcoholism:  A New Perspective on an Old Relationship.  Poster presentation at the annual National Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Boston, MA; March, 1989.

Conducting an Alcohol and Other Drug Use Assessment.  Paper presented at the 23rd annual NY State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Albany, NY; October, 1988.

Learning Disabilities and Alcoholism:  A New Perspective on an Old Relationship.  Paper Presented at the New York Federation of Alcoholism Counselors, Inc.  Convention, Buffalo, NY; July, 1988.

Learning Disabilities and Alcoholism:  An Emerging Relationship.  Paper presented at the 22nd annual NY State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Buffalo, NY; November, 1987.

Cognitive Assessments:  An Essential Component of the Alcohol Use/Abuse Evaluation and Treatment Process.  Paper presented at the 21st annual NY State Association for Counseling and Development Convention, Albany, NY; November, 1986.

Brady, D., Gibbs, J. & Kelly, P.  Normalization Reconsidered.  Paper presented at the 28th meeting of the Region X American Association of Mental Deficiency, Montreal, Canada; October, 1981.

 A Proposed Small Group Mealtime Skills Training Program for the Severely and Profoundly Retarded Persons.  Paper presented at the 28th meeting of the Region X American Association of Mental Deficiency, Montreal, Canada; October, 1981.

 Brady, D., & Schill, S. Attention Psychologists:  Are We Serving Policy or People?  Paper presented at the 28th meeting of the Region X American Association of Mental Deficiency, Montreal, Canada; October, 1981.

 Brady, D., Gibbs, J., Hendricks, R., Kelly, P., & Yankowski, L. Normalization:  Does it Enhance or Hinder the Mentally Retarded Person’s Developmental Progress?  Paper presented at the 51st meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Hartford, CT; April, 1980.

 Brady, D., & Hendricks, R.  Mental Health Personnel Views Towards Various Treatment Modalities and Mental Health Constructs.  Paper presented at the 50th meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA; April, 1979.

 Brady, D., & Hendricks, R.  Mental Health Personnel Views towards Causes of Mental Illness, Treatment Modalities, and Mental Health Constructs.  Paper presented at the 2nd annual meeting of Psychologists in New York State Service, Albany, NY; October, 1979.

 The Role of the College Counselor in Prison/Correctional Facility Settings.  Paper presented to a meeting of the SUNY at Albany Counseling & Personnel graduate students, Albany, NY; May, 1976.

 The Uses and Abuses of IQ and IQ testing.  Discussion presented on TV Channel 13 (an ABC affiliate), Albany, NY; January, 1976.

     
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