Depression, anxiety and epilepsy surgery
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Depression, anxiety and epilepsy surgery

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Depression, anxiety and epilepsy surgery



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This week, we look at depression and anxiety reported by parents before and after resective epilepsy surgery – the most common epilepsy surgery.

Watch the conversation between Dr. Mary Lou Smith, a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto Mississauga, and Monika Jones who is the parent of a child who has had surgery and executive director of the Brain Recovery Project. They discuss research, risk factors, symptoms and coping strategies.

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