Best-selling author and clinical psychologist Anat Baniel will deliver a 2+ hour workshop as well as lecture with Harvard pediatric neurologist Dr. Martha Herbert at the 5-day AutismOne conference in Lombard, Illinois, on May 26. Anat Baniel’s creation of a cutting-edge approach for special needs children, which is supported by recent brain plasticity research, has produced phenomenal outcomes for children with special needs. This science-based intervention, the Anat Baniel Method, focuses on the child’s brain and its remarkable abilities to change and learn.
Teri Arranga, director of AutismOne and editor-in-chief of Autism Science Digest, said, “We are very excited about Anat sharing her groundbreaking information with AutismOne conference attendees, joining other distinguished speakers such as Nobel Prize winner Dr. Luc Montagnier, Harvard pediatric neurologist Dr. Martha Herbert, world-renowned fermentation expert Sandor Katz, and Australian gastroenterologist Dr. Thomas Borody.” Teri continued, “Saturday from 9-10 a.m. in the Grand Ballroom, Dr. Herbert and Anat will talk about linking powerful pathways to harness the extraordinary potential of the brain of the child on the autism spectrum, and then Anat will present a workshop for over 2 hours on Saturday afternoon.”
Martha Herbert is delighted: “I am thrilled that Anat Baniel will be speaking at AutismOne. She brings an important approach to greatly improving brain function. In our talk together we will explore how Anat’s approach dovetails with biomedical approaches so that each can support and enhance the power of the other.”
Autism One Radio host Terri Arranga will interview Anat Baniel on Autism One: A Conversation of Hope show, May 8th from 12pm to 1pm ET, on the Voice America Health and Wellness Channel.
The AutismOne conference is the largest and most comprehensive annual autism conference held internationally. This year’s event, spanning 5 days and offering over 150 lectures, will be held from May 23 through May 27 at the Westin Lombard Yorktown Center. The minimal materials and processing fee is only $25. Parents and professionals can register at www.autismone.org.