Autism Specialist Tali Berman will be hosting a two-hour workshop sharing their innovative and integrative approach to autism on Sunday, October 14th in Denver Colorado. This is only the second time this approach has been presented in person in the US.
In her 20+ years of combined experience serving the autism community, Tali has seen that there is nothing more powerful in helping a child grow and heal to his/her potential than a combination of both therapeutic and bio-medical interventions. For this reason, she has come together, along with a board certified, pediatrician, individualized bio-medical nutritionist and pediatric nurse practitioner, to create a new and progressive “Whole Child” approach. She will be presenting this unique methodology for the first time in Colorado at the event.
In this workshop you will learn:
- The importance of integrative care and the problems that can arise when care is not offered in this way.
- The core concepts of our innovative “Whole Child” approach and how these concepts can be implemented so you can see lasting and meaningful growth in your child.
- The impact of these strategies as seen through powerful case studies.
- The most effective and cutting edge bio-medical interventions.
- The impact of medical cannabis as a treatment for qualified patients with autism.
- Critical strategies to help your child develop self-esteem and a positive sense of self; a crucial foundation for all other areas of development.
About Tali Berman
Tali is an autism specialist and has been teaching and guiding families in the autism community since 1997. She has authored the book “Play to Grow! Over 200 games to help your special child develop fundamental social skills”, which was voted as one of the top five books by the Special Needs Book Review, is now sold in four languages and has proven to be an invaluable resource for families worldwide.
Tali is also the founder/leader of the “Autism Empowerment Telesummit” where she has gathered and interviewed top autism experts on her elite panel. She contributes regularly to some of the most well-read autism publications, including the Generation Rescue blog and The Autism File magazine. Tali currently lives with her husband and three children in Israel.