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Understanding the psychology of learning and behaviour in Duchenne
The better you understand your child or young person, the more equipped you are to help them manage their behaviour.

We are delighted to bring you the knowledge, passion and insight of Dr. Natalie P. Truba PhD, Clinical Psychologist in Columbus, Ohio.

Dr Natalie comes highly recommended by friend of Action Duchenne and regular International Conference room-filler, Dr James Poysky. James' ever-popular sessions on learning problems and neurobehavioural disorders in Duchenne [https://www.actionduchenne.org/learning-and-behaviour-in-duchenne-watch-webinar/] lead on beautifully to Dr Natalie's two sessions over the forthcoming weeks.

What you will learn

Learn from Dr Natalie about the challenges of behaviour in Duchenne, so you can understand why you child or young person behaves in a particular way.

How the sessions will work

Dr Natalie will join us for two sessions, 28th January and 5th February 2021. We will create a warm, inclusive and open environment, encouraging you to get as involved as you wish. Dr Natalie's aim is to enable you to share with each other, learning different techniques that have worked for other parents, along with lending her professional and clinical expertise.

Both sessions will be fluid, although Dr Natalie will give more of an in-depth overview of the 'science' behind her work in the first session on 28 January. The second session on 5th February will be more interactive, with more questions from the audience and time for open discussion around the topics important to you.
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