One participant came to BTI bored and depressed about life. After their brain injury they had lost their friends, felt isolated, and their current socially unacceptable behavior had made them unwelcome in different public places. They had tried working with vocational rehabilitation, but it had been a failure. BTI staff worked with the participant on developing social skills to be able to build friendships. They worked with the participant on recognizing and curbing socially unacceptable behavior and finding coping skills to use when things weren’t progressing fast enough and life looked depressing. Under BTI staff supervision, the participant worked on developing work habits for success and is employed at a job one day per week.