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Neuropsychological Treatment After an Aneurysm

Many patients treated for an aneurysm experience some degree of emotional difficulties and/or subtle cognitive changes. The Weill Cornell Brain and Spine Center offers integrated psychotherapy with cognitive remediation — also known as cognitive rehab or cognitive rehabilitation — to help.

Behavioral, emotional, and cognitive changes after an aneurysm can be stressful, but with quality treatment a patient can achieve excellent results and a good quality of life. For more information, contact Dr. Sacks at 212-746-3356.

We also offer a Brain Aneurysm Support Group; click here for more information and meeting dates.

Reviewed by: Amanda Sacks, PhD
Last reviewed/last updated: January 2015