“Brain Dance: My Journey with Invisible Illness, Second Chances, and the Wonders of Applied Neuroscience” by Diane Grimard Wilson has been released worldwide. This 208-page memoir follows the author’s journey from a car accident that caused a concussion through the longer path of diagnosis, treatment, and recovery from an invisible brain injury including alternative medicine, singing, a retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh and neurofeedback. As a mental health professional herself, Diane shares the evolution of a new calling and using her difficult experiences and tools gained for helping others. Reflected in this work are equal parts personal insights, broader advice for those suffering through similar injuries as well as stories to teach us about the brain in sometimes humorous bites.”
Brain Dance (ISBN: 9781736522431) can be purchased through retailers worldwide, including barnesandnoble.com and Amazon. The paperback retails for $16.95. Wholesale orders are available through Ingram.
From the back cover:
It could happen to anyone. One afternoon coming home from the gym, Diane Wilson pulled to a stop at a red light. In an instant, her life changed in ways that could never be reversed. Diane became a person with an invisible injury, that no one would talk about, that affected every second of her life and eventually birthed a new vocation as an applied neuroscientist.
Brain Dance is a captivating and touchingly candid story. It traces Diane’s journey through random and sometimes humorous events which shed light on how her brain managed to keep her injury from her, the loss of self, mobility, and focus, an obsession with day-trading retirement funds, and finally nontraditional therapies. These include a retreat with Thich Nhat Hanh, acupuncture, singing, and neurofeedback. She chronicles the gift of her recovery as she now helps people all over the world make the most of their amazing brain.
About the author:
Diane Grimard Wilson is a Chicago peak performance coach, licensed clinical professional counselor, and has board certification as a fellow in neurofeedback. Her first book, Back in Control: How to Stay Sane Productive and Inspired in Your Career Transition was a finalist for the prestigious Nautilus Book Awards and she is a former contributor to the Chicago Tribune. Her clients include physicians, leaders, executives, and creatives. Diane is host of the Genius: Sciencing Our Human Potential podcast where she interviews leaders and other personalities for their human stories on resilience, change, and coping with the global pandemic. Diane lives in Oak Pak, Illinois with her husband, Gary Wilson, an environmental journalist.
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