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Professor and Interim Director, Doctorate in Educational Leadership for Social Justice · Loyola Marymount University
Department of Specialized Programs in Professional Psychology
Vice President · The Children's Medical Group PLLC
Funny, engaging speaker on children's health, medical missions, immunizations, medical economics, medical liability, & healthcare policy,
Relationship & Parenting Expert | Author| Co-Founder "Intelligent Emotions" | Doctor of Psychology Candidate · NKS Therapy and Intelligent Emotions
Media Therapist/Author specializing in Relationships, Parenting, & Happiness. Regular on Global News, Breakfast Television, and more.
Pediatric Psychiatrist / Associate Professor of Psychiatry · Augusta University
Peeples is a highly-regarded psychiatrist providing tips to maintain mental wellbeing throughout the COVID-19 outbreak.
Professor of Clinical Pharmacy · USC School of Pharmacy
Expert in psychopharmacology, particulary pediatric psychopharmacology and the treatment of mood disorders
Co-Director of the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA) · UNSW Sydney
Neuropsychiatry expert revolutionizing our understanding of the ageing brain, apropos of lifestyle choices
Professor of Social Policy · Department of Social Policy, London School of Economics
Professor Knapp's research focuses on dementia, mental health, autism, long-term social care, and often incorporates economic perspectives
Executive Director, FAU Brain Institute & Professor, Biomedical Science · Florida Atlantic University
Randy Blakely is an expert in molecular neuroscience, focusing on how diseases and drugs impact the function of brain synapses and circuits.
Clinical Neuropsychologist · Harvard Medical School
Experienced clinician and teacher. Captivating, informative speaker who makes the stress/learning connection with humor and wisdom.
The Connection Between Stress and Learning in Kids With Ld Adhd and Asperger Syndrome Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Children With Fragile Emotions and Challenging Behaviors. The De-Stress Model of Intervention for Children With Ld and Adhd The Myths and Realities of Inclusion