We have two speakers who wanted to speak in the month of July but I couldn’t figure out which one to choose. Perhaps you can help. In the reply box below type either “Goh” or “Palmiotto”. Ok here are the speakers:
Dr. Suzanne Goh is a board-certified pediatric neurologist with expertise in the evaluation and treatment of children with neurological conditions that impact brain development, cognition, and behavior.
Dr. Goh received her Bachelors of Arts degree, summa cum laude, in History and Science from Harvard University (1993-1997). She went on to attend Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar (1997-1999). In 2004, she graduated from Harvard Medical School, cum laude. Dr. Goh completed her Pediatrics internship at Massachusetts General Hospital and her Pediatric Neurology residency at University of California San Francisco.
Spectacular Bond: Reaching the Child with Autism with co-authors Dr. Marion Blank (developmental psychologist) and Susan Deland (parent of a child with autism). The book outlines a powerful six-step behavior program for children with autism that is implemented at home by a parent. The program is grounded in the latest research in neuroscience, linguistics, and the psychology of parent-child interactions. Through the program, children can achieve – within weeks – more meaningful social interaction, diminished temper tantrums, greater capacity for self control, and improved attention. When this behavior program is combined with optimal biomedical treatment, meaningful progress is possible in all aspects of development.
Jenny Palmiotto is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and certified RDI program consultant. She uses well-researched treatment methods including Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Relationship Development Intervention (RDI), Behavioral and Brief Models. She has extensive training and a decade of experience treating individuals on the autism spectrum.
She specializes in serving persons with invisible social deficits. She also has advanced training in working with couples that are longing to reconnect with on another. She is currently a 4th year doctoral student at Alliant International University. She received her masters from University of San Diego.
34 replies on “Who Do You Want To Hear?”
Dr Goh mneeded to present at relevant cenntres in Jhamaica.
I think both have a huge value to add – might need to interview both of them and give us a treat 🙂
We have a 9 yr old grandson, very smart in school, mainly science,reading and math. His behavior is starting to show signs of resentment, as far as not wanting to be told what to do. and at this point we have not discussed austism, or asber. We would want someone to answer these questions. Can you help?
Mist interested in Dr. Goh as I have been working with children on the Autism Spectrum and I would like to know neurologically what interventions manage to develop neuronal connections that might establish those capacities that were deficient.
I would be interested in hearing both, but if I have to choose right now, I would choose Dr. Goh
Both sound great but I think in my case I might gain more insight from Dr. Goh. Thanks!
I have been interested in RDI and my work is with autistic kids.
I’d like to hear Dr. Goh speak as I’ve heard she is an excellent neurologist and autism specialist. She is published and has taught at prestigious universities. She researched mitochondrial and metabolic disorders and has conducted brain imaging studies. I’d like to hear her speak about epilepsy and up to date treatments for autism and epilepsy. I’d like to hear about her program and book. Additionally, I’ve heard she has programs to help with executive functioning.
I’d like to beat Dr.Goh
I would like to see what her medical community researched and if they can offer help
I’d like to hear, J.Palmioto
I would like to hear Dr Goh speak if she has a 6 step treatment method that can help within weeks my daughter needs a lot of help in this area and I need a quick usable method to help develop those relationships and reduce tantrums!
I want to hear Dr. Goh
i DID not receive my certificate of participation for the last week end on line conference that I paid 69.00 for can you e mail my certificate to me please at Bbuckles@kc.rr.com thank you
I would like to hear what Dr.Goh has to say as she sounds very interesting and it also sounds like she cares a lot about (in regards to research ) as to what goes in in our child’s brains. And that is what we are looking for really so we can help our children and know what to do to help them in a good possible way.
Wow, they both look like fascinating speakers. I’d like to hear Dr. Goh speak first. I’m really interested in her six step behavior program. But I’m looking forward to hearing from Palmiotto as well!
I would be interested in hearing either or both. You can’t go wrong!
I’d like to hear Dr. Goh speak, I’d like to understand the neurological side of autism.
I would like to hear Dr. Goh speak concerning autism and mitochondrial disorders. I believe that the key to curing Autism is via biomedical treatments and mitochondria has a lot to do with that. mDNA.
I would like to hear Jenny Palmiotto especially because of the better communication with the autistic child.
I giggled a little when I realized that this was a discussion. Dr. Goh and I recently had a nice discussion about the similarities and differences between RDI and the Spectacular Bond. Its nice to dialogue with interesting people.
Actually, I wanted to come on the show for a brief moment to share about Love & Autism: A Conference with Heart that takes place on August 23-24th. There are some great relationship focused speakers with about half identifying as on the spectrum. http://www.loveandautism.com