Join Dr. Stewart S. Newman, Child & Family Psychiatrist, President of Mind Matters, P.C., and Affiliate Professor at Oregon Health and Science University as he discusses "The Neurobiology of Sensory Processing Disorders" at this free evening installment of the Sensory PDX seminar series, hosted by the Committee to Help Families Find Solutions to Sensory Challenges, in collaboration with Sensory Kids, LLC, Advanced Pediatric Therapies, the Swindells Resource Center, and the Providence Child Center.
Discussion topics will include:
Early childhood experiences as the basis of the lifelong trajectory for health, education, and socialization
Relationships as the foundation of children's skills and healthy sensory, emotional, stress and attentional systems
The evolutionary path followed in the development of brain organization
The interplay between genetics and experiences in the developing brain
Comorbidity - which is crucial in developing a diagnostic formulation and treatment plan for affected children.
ONLINE - go to www.providence.org/classes, click on "online class catalog", and search for "Sensory PDX - Neurobiology of Sensory Processing Disorders - Portland."
PHONE - call (503) 215-2429 or (800) 833-8899 ext. 52429.
For more information about the Sensory PDX seminar series, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Providence Health Education Services at (503) 574-6595 with issues or questions regarding registration.
Thursday, February 9th, 2017
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Souther Auditorium (*East Pavilion entrance)
9135 SW Barnes Road, Portland, OR 97225