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Joined: Feb 26, 2005
Posted Feb 26, 2005 at 9:04:35 PM
Subject: Special Education Conference
The Friends of Tampa Day School, Inc. presents
[b]Dr. Daniel G. Amen[/b]
Brain Imaging Specialist, World Renowned Author
Book Signing from 5:15pm – 5:45pm and 9:15pm – 9:45pm
Healing ADD: The Breakthrough Program that allows you to see and heal the six types of ADD
Change Your Brain, Change Your Life: Breakthrough information on seeing and healing moods, anxiety, obsessions, temper and distractibility
Dr. Amen, MD is a nationally recognized expert in the fields of “the brain and behavior” and “attention deficit disorders.” Dr. Amen has pioneered the use of brain imaging in clinical psychiatric practice to diagnose and conquer ADD, anxiety, depression, obsessiveness, anger and impulsivity. He has been published around the world with numerous professional and popular articles, 19 books and a number of audio and video programs.
Dr. Amen is best known for his books "Change Your Brain, Change Your Life” and ”Healing ADD”. These books have been on the New York Times bestseller list, translated into 10 different languages, and have sold more than 150,000 each worldwide. Dr. Amen together with The United Paramount Network and Leeza Gibbons, produced a show called The Truth About Drinking, on alcohol education for teenagers, which won the Emmy Award in 1999 for the Best Educational Television Show.
Certificate of Attendance, Door Prizes, Refreshments and Literature provided to all participants.
Visit www.tampadayschool.com for more information. Contact Lisa Guffey at 813-269-2100, ext. 302 for further information or special requests.
Payable to Friends of Tampa Day School by check only. School districts may use purchase orders.
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