National Rehabilitation & Rediscovery Foundation, Inc.
   Home      President's Bio
Dr. Marianne Talbot
Marianne B. Talbot is the President and founder of the National Rehabilitation & Rediscovery Foundation, Inc. (NRRF). She has 30 years of experience working with individuals with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and other neurological disabilities.
She earned her Ph.D. in Human Development from Virginia Tech with specialization in developmental learning post TBI.  She has a Master of Arts degree in Education and Human Development from George Washington University, and a Bachelor of Arts from Eckerd College.   
Dr. Talbot has national certifications as a Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), Case Manager (CCM), and Rehabilitation Provider (CRP). She received an international certification as a Movement Analyst (CMA) through the Laban/Bartineff Institute of Movement Studies based in NYC.

She has presented at numerous professional conferences as a subject matter expert nationally and internationally, published articles on the efficacy of dance/movement-based therapy in TBI rehabilitation, and conducted training workshops to teach rehabilitation professionals about how to implement dance/movement-based techniques into their programs.

Dr. Talbot also maintains a private practice working with personal injury attorneys on behalf of individuals who have suffered catastrophic injuries.  Services include: life care planning, injury related cost projections, forensic care management, and expert witness testimony.  Additionally, Dr. Talbot works with IVIG patients to overturn health insurance denials for needed autoimmune  deficiency treatment, as well as other medical conditions.  Please see Catastrophic Injury and Clinical Consulting Services link for more information.
Copyright 2020.  All rights reserved.