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Shireen Jeejeebhoy is an artist, author, and blogger. She obtained a B.Sc. in psychology from the University of Toronto, launched into writing and coding, and slammed and somersaulted into the unknown life of brain injury.


My blog on brain injury, writing, books, research, news.

My PSYCHOLOGY TODAY articles on brain injury and spirituality.

Mind Explorer Newsletter on Substack.

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Front Cover Concussion Is Brain Injury: Treating the Neurons and Me with title in blue across a faded ice scape over a frozen blue and white wave with footprints in the snow going from bottom right around the hill of the wave
Cover of Brain Injury Trauma and Grief: How to Heal When You Are Alone. Text on white background.

Concussion Is Brain Injury

Restoring your life after brain injury

    Mind Explorer
    • Circling to Resurrection
      on February 13, 2024

      Madeleine L’Engle writes about the realm of imagination taking us beyond obvious death into truth. Revelation reveals through vision life after life after death. Story is where characters meet me.

    • Is Imagination Reality?
      on February 1, 2024

      A memoir is presented as fact. Madeleine L’Engle uses this assumption in A Circle of Quiet to lead us in a certain direction, then upends our understanding of what we’d just read.

    • A Question of Being
      on January 27, 2024

      Brain injury throws the question of “Who am I?” into chaos. According to Madeleine L’Engle, the self is becoming. Not static but ever changing. Brain injury both reverses and accelerates this process.

    Reintroducing Compositionally Shireen with MailPoet

    Wanting to make designing newsletters easier and much more attractive, I'm trying out MailPoet and b…

    Screenshot of brain injury website showing the home page with education diagnosis and treatment tiles visible
    Brain Injury Website Soft Launch!

    Good news! My brain injury website soft launch is here!! My pandemic project, an idea brewing in my …

    Gamma 38 to 42Hz Audiovisual Entrainment for Brain Injury, Single Subject Study

    Introduction In 2012, following my inclusion in and subsequent exit from a drug trial that increases…

    Memory of Portraiture

    Cleaning out the upper part of my antique desk — a task decades overdue! — a photo fell into my hand…

    Circling Story

    Story. Stories. Storytelling. Beats the heart of the novel. I’d never thought of how it’s the story …

    A Question of Being: First Thoughts on A Circle of Quiet

    Brain injury throws the question of “Who am I?” into chaos. According to Madeleine L&#82…

    Psychology Today Post for January: Anniversary View of Fictional Brain Injury

    Personal Perspective: Recovery is more than restoring neurons. Pre-existing insults to the brain and…