Join NFCA as Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin, PhD, Training Director at Bay Area Family Therapy & Training Associates, returns to the NFCA webinar platform to offer parents and healthcare providers new insights on the link between behavioral disorders like ADHD, autism spectrum disorders and celiac disease in a lively 60-minute review of the current academic literature.
Provide a summary of recent key research on the connections between the autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.
Share patient case studies relevant to the webinar’s topic, helping to bridge the gap between research and real-life applicability.
Teach the audience how to accurately understand the research that is presented in today’s news mediums. (Bonus: Dr. Beaudoin will share a simple checklist that webinar participants can reference when navigating academic research on their own.)
Attendees can submit their questions on these issues to Kristin Voorhees at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for questions is Tuesday, February 21, 2012.
Sponsored by Crunchmaster, this webinar is free of charge!
When: Sunday, March 4, 2012
Time: 9-10 p.m. ET
Where: Your computer
To register: Visit the registration page
About the Panelist:
Marie-Nathalie Beaudoin, PhD, is the Training Director at Bay Area Family Therapy & Training Associates, where she sees private clients and supervises the counseling work of doctoral and post-doctoral students in psychology. Dr. Beaudoin also teaches a number of classes such as Child Development and Family Therapy at John F. Kennedy University. She presents internationally and has published several books, including a translated bestseller on Responding to the Culture of Bullying and Disrespect. She is also the author of The SkiLL-ionaire in Every Child: Boosting Children’s Socio-Emotional Intelligence Using the Latest on Brain Research. Since herself being diagnosed and having her son with celiac disease, Dr. Beaudoin has started researching, writing about and increasing people’s awareness of this issue.