Keynote: Effects of Maltreatment During Critical Periods of Brain Development

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6 Responses to “Keynote: Effects of Maltreatment During Critical Periods of Brain Development”

  1. Steve Frankel Says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed the plenary at ISSTD and would like to be on your distribution list for further research developments

  2. Richard A. Chefetz, M.D. Says:

    Your keynote presentation is an articulate and integrative presentation about the confluence of the neurobiology and psychology of child maltreatment and neglect. It is outstanding in its depth and breadth. It provides a common sense framework in which to understand clinical presentations as well as pointing out areas ripe for intervention. Please keep me posted on developments in your work. It is a gift.

  3. Dhira DiBiase Says:

    I appreciate the good work you are doing with trauma.

  4. Helen Haanes Says:

    Dear Mr Teichel. In forensic work on child abuse, as a neuropsychologist, your work has been of great help. If possible I would like to be on your distribution list for further research studies.

  5. Mabula Nkuba Says:

    I am MABULA NKUBA-PhD-student, University of Konstanz-Germany(Chair-Thomas Elbert)
    I really like your talk at the ESTSS at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense.As a young scholar in the area of child maltreatment currently working on the project about family and school child maltreatment in Tanzania, East Africa-consequenses and prevention approaches.
    I actually benefited from many of your works in our project and we used MACE to assess sexual abuse in our study. So I was real very happy to meet you personally and benefit from your live talk which was full of facts. Thank you!!
    I would also like to request for the slide presentation which you shared with us in the presentation.
    THANK YOU AGAIN AND I PROMISE TO KEEP IN CONTACT!

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