Author: Dr Katherine Carpenter
Katherine Carpenter is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and currently Chair of The British Psychological Societys Division of Neuropsychology. She was previously in clinical practice for over 30 years and led the clinical neuropsychology service at Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for 20 years, with specialist clinics in neuro-oncology, epilepsy surgery and deep brain stimulation. Her brother-in-law was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2016.
Seven ways that talking about your brain tumour diagnosis can help!
Dr Katherine Carpenter shares seven reasons why starting those important conversations, and opening up about your feelings and experiences early on, really can make a significant difference to your wellbeing.