The Guide to Supporting Kids with PANS/PANDAS:
From Diagnosis to Treatment Providers, teachers, and parents
The Guide to Supporting Kids with PANS/PANDAS: From Diagnosis to Treatment Providers, teachers, and parents
Thursday, Feb 24th, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
PANS/PANDAS/AE (Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome/ Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcus/ Autoimmune Encephalitis) are emerging health crises that have a far reaching impact on the field of mental health. Infectious disease can cause neuropsychiatric and neurocognitive symptomatology. This workshop will review the neurobiology, diagnosis criteria and evidence-based treatments, such as antibiotics, psychotherapy, E/RP, as well as innovative approaches, including QEEG brain mapping, biofeedback, neurofeedback, nutrition, and supplementation.
- Use case studies to demonstrate how this technology can be beneficial to users
- Share 4 modalities can be integrated into the practice
- Learn how to integrate this new technology into your practice to help your clients deal with anxiety, panic attacks, and depression case
- What is PANS/PANDAS?
- What is the difference between PANS/PANDAS and Autoimmune Encephalopathy (AE)?
- Why is PANS/PANDAS often missed?
- Is there a test that diagnoses PANS/PANDAS?
- What are the clinical criteria for diagnosis of PANS/PANDAS?
- How is PANS/PANDAS medically treated?
- What should a therapist do if they suspect their client has PANS/PANDAS?
- What are the best psychotherapy methods for treating PANS/PANDAS?
Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge
A mental health trailblazer, founder of The Global Institute of Children’s Mental Health and Dr. Roseann, who is on a mission to change the way we view and treat mental health, showing people it’s gonna be okay with science-backed tools that improve wellbeing. She is known for teaching how to calm the brain in order to have a happy family and giving the keys to unlock the brain’s potential. With her trademarked method, BrainBehaviorReset™, has helped thousands address the most challenging conditions such as ADHD, executive functioning, anxiety, OCD, mood, Lyme, and PANS/PANDAS using science-backed holistic therapies. She is an author of three books including her most recent book, It’s Gonna be OK!™ and is a media personality who is featured on dozens of media outlets.
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