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Incarceration on the Brain

Incarceration on the Brain looks at the intersection of brain injury and the Criminal Justice System through a social justice lens.

Brought to you by the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona thanks to general support from the Satterberg Foundation.

This podcast is hosted by Carrie Collins-Fadell. Recorded and edited by Open Conversation.

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Jun 1, 2022

Carol McAfee joins us to talk about how her intuition saved her from being murdered by convicted killer Pamela Hupp, the subject of The Thing About Pam starring Rene Zellweger. Join us as we talk about the very human emotions involved in surviving a crime, the experience of survivor’s guilt, finding love and starting...

May 12, 2022

Alaskan and Biomedical Sciences Student, Emma Broyles joins us in the studio to talk about her reign as Miss America 2022, her advocacy for those with intellectual disabilities, and her battles with dermatillomaia during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

May 6, 2022

We are back in Brandon Lee’s studio for an art healing class just for survivors of brain injury.  Join Chad, Michelle, Kiera, and Jessica as they talk about their journey to recover from traumatic brain injury and stroke. 

Apr 26, 2022

Join us for a conversation with Marley’s Mutts founder Zach Skow.  Zach talks with Carrie about his Pawsitive Change, a progressive and intensive rehabilitation program which matches death row dogs with inmates inside California State Prisons.  

Apr 18, 2022

What happens when you survive a violent crime, but are left with a traumatic brain injury? Jim Ledgewood and retired Cold Case Detective Roger Geisler join Carrie to talk about the aftermath of a random shooting that left Jim Ledgewood shot in the head and left for dead outside a bar in Glendale,...