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Golden Cognitive Rehab 

Kerry Mobley

Phone: 720-785-0293

Email: [email protected]

Golden Cognitive Rehab

Dedicated to helping restore function and improve quality of life

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Golden Cognitive Rehab is an individual practice owned by Kerry Mobley, a Licensed Occupational Therapist. It provides private Occupational Therapy that specializes in cognitive retraining for persons with brain injury, who have mild to moderate cognitive deficits. Golden Cognitive Rehab currently offers Teletherapy (video conference sessions) or in-home visits for clients located in Golden, Colorado.

About Me

I am an independent Licensed Occupational Therapist specializing in assessing and treating individuals (ages 16+) with mild to moderate cognitive deficits. Over the past 4 years, I have worked as a Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapist assessing and treating individuals primarily with mild traumatic brain injury, post-concussion syndrome, and early dementia.

I have extensive evidence-based training in cognitive rehabilitation through ACRM. Additional course training include brain health, chronic pain, concussion, mindfulness, sleep, and trauma. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado in Boulder, then went on to earn my Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Samuel Merritt College in Oakland, California.

I have 19 years of clinical experience as an Occupational Therapist working in a variety of settings (nursing homes, hospitals, homes, and outpatient clinics ) and have experience working with a multitude of diagnoses. In my free time, I enjoy spending time outdoors with my husband, two kids, and two pugs. I enjoy running, hiking, skiing, and traveling.

Why see an Occupational Therapist?

Occupational therapists are experts in assessing functional activity demands and identifying and addressing deficits. We are trained to assess “the whole person”, by identifying areas where you are struggling cognitively, emotionally, physically and functionally. Occupational therapists look for solutions that can break down the barriers that individuals may face in their day-to-day lives.

The role of the occupational therapist in brain injury revolves around supporting people in regaining the ability to do everyday tasks. These include activities many of us take for granted such as shopping, child care, studying, working, and socializing.

What Cognitive Training Does

Cognitive processes are housed in the brain and when an injury occurs to the brain, whether from a stroke or brain injury, it affects the ability to think and effectively process the world around us. Cognitive training is an important part of the therapeutic recovery which aims to treat the specific cognitive deficits that people experience after a neurological incident.

Let Me Help You Develop Strategies

Allow me to provide you with therapeutic solutions that can successfully help you achieve the following:

  • Improve attention, concentration, memory, organizing, or planning activity
  • Improve overall daily functioning and quality of life
  • Make the most of your time and energy (physical and cognitive)
  • Get a good night's sleep
  • Reduce stress, anxiety, fatigue, and/or pain
  • Have a calmer mind and body
  • Build and foster social connections and reduce isolation
  • Communicate more effectively with others about what you need
  • Cope with behavioral changes and diminished frustration tolerance
  • Put habits into practice to keep your brain as healthy as possible

Set Up an Appointment

I am happy to set up a free 20-minute phone consultation. Please contact me to schedule.

Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy

Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy (CRT) is the process of relearning cognitive skills that have been lost or altered as a result of damage to brain cells/chemistry. If skills cannot be relearned, then new ones have to be taught to compensate for their lost cognitive functions.

CRT Allows You To:

  • Pay attention and focus on tasks or conversations
  • Remember information, appointments, errands or tasks
  • Organize, plan, and manage time
  • Solve problems and make decisions
  • Initiate tasks and increase motivation
  • Raise frustration tolerance
  • Overcome mental and/or physical fatigue
  • Improve overall brain confidence

CRT Helps You Overcome:

  • Work or school performance decline
  • Difficulty caring for family or completing chores
  • Difficulty managing daily tasks (ie: scheduling or getting to appointments, remembering to pay bills, take medication)
  • Not sleeping well
  • Depression, irritability, and anxiety
  • Feelings of isolation and loneliness
  • Difficulty with relationships

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