Bio of Kathy Moeller
TBI Advice Expert

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Logo: The Brain Book Life Management SystemKathy Moeller is a compensatory skills trainer and founder of the BRAIN BOOK® Life Management System, a compensatory skills training program for persons with brain injury. Headquartered in Medford, Oregon, her company Cognitive Harmonics, Inc. serves persons with brain injury worldwide, via the World Wide Web.

Kathy has written a number of articles on the subject of recovery from brain injury (in publications such as "TBI-Challenge," "Goodwill Forum" and "Brain Injury Connection" and others). She also travels the country, giving lectures and offering compensatory skills training workshops to professional groups, state Vocational Rehabilitation agencies, and state BIA's (Brain Injury Association).

Kathy received a brain injury herself in 1990 as the result of a head-on collision with a bus while driving her Honda Civic. She received a total of 14 months of specialized brain injury rehabilitation treatment at NeuroCare, in Concord, California during 1991 and 1992. Kathy attributes much of her functional recovery to the quality of care she received and what she calls NeuroCare's "compensatory focus."

Kathy was born and raised in California, received her bachelors degree in the Humanities at the University of California at Berkeley in 1975, and completed masters level course work at the University of Chicago, also in the Humanities. Prior to her injury, Kathy worked in New York as a marketing executive. She has also worked in publishing and education.

Kathy is passionate about innovation, practical strategies that work in the real world, and education about brain injury.

Kathy lives with her husband Bob in Medford, Oregon, and can be reached via e-mail at

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