Join us for the February Webinar: “Finding Meaning When Living with Parkinson’s.” A diagnosis of PD can be life altering and may call into question your purpose and meaning. In the webinar, Dr. McDaniels will share his findings on living with purpose and meaning, what it means, how to develop and/or adjust and why it is so important. There will also be time for Q&A.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER
Bradley McDaniels, PhD, CRC, is an Assistant Professor and coordinator of the Rehabilitation Studies program in the Department of Rehabilitation and Health Services at the University of North Texas. Prior to joining UNT, he earned his PhD from the University of Kentucky in Rehabilitation Counseling and subsequently accepted an Advanced Rehabilitation Research and Training Post-Doctoral Fellowship appointment, with a focus on Parkinson’s disease, in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. McDaniels has been personally affected by Parkinson’s disease as his mother was diagnosed nearly 9-years ago, which was the impetus for his return to graduate school and current research activities. Dr. McDaniels’ research interests include positive psychology, psychosocial adaptation, quality of life, meaning in life, and apathy in people with Parkinson’s disease.
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