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Autism Spec­trum Dis­or­der and Risk of Wandering

Autism is a diagnosis that can lead to serious health and safety risks. Wandering-related factors, e.g. drowning and prolonged exposure, are believed to be among the main causes of death for the autism population.

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What is Psychotherapy?

I am responsible for providing you with the highest level of professional skills commensurate with my training and experience.  I will help you work through any issue or concern. Throughout the entire process, I will encourage, guide, challenge and support you to make the changes you deem to be right for you.

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Parents, Clinicians and Educators Draw “The Big Picture”

If you are inter­ested in learn­ing of a pow­er­fully inno­v­a­tive new frame­work for address­ing behav­ioral issues from infancy to adult­hood you must attend the upcom­ing Early Child­hood Con­fer­ence, March 27, 2010.

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Divorce Education

Putting Children First divorce education support group for divorcing parents. The program recognizes that loving, caring parents may lose sight of how deeply their children may be affected by their decision to obtain a divorce.

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What is Neurofeedback?

Answers for several FAQ questions about Neurofeedback: What can Neurofeedback help? Does Neurofeedback cure symptoms or conditions? Who can benefit from Neurofeedback? How is Neurofeedback done? What happens if Neurofeedback clients are taking medications?

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Early Childhood Conference

Information for Parents, Clinicians and Educators regarding the Neurorelational Framework, integrating theories about brain function vital to understanding development, behavior, assessment and intervention for everyone involved with special needs children, mental health issues or trauma-based symptoms.

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