Supporting Self-Regulation for Children with FASD
Presenter: Claire D. Coles, PhD, Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine; Director, Center for Maternal Substance Abuse and Child Development, Atlanta, GA
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This session is part 2 of the Emory Short Series on FASD. This webinar provides an overview of research on self-regulation and executive function in children with an FASD and covers evidence-based intervention for self-regulation skill.
About the Presenter
Dr. Coles is director of the Center for Maternal Substance Abuse and Child Development (MSACD) at Emory University. The Center includes both MotherToBaby.GA, a teratology information service that provides counseling and information about exposure to prescription and illicit drugs as well as alcohol and the Emory Neurobehavioral and Exposure Clinic (ENEC) that serves children 0 to 21 with prenatal exposures. In addition to her clinical care of affected children, Dr. Coles has carried out research of the developmental and behavioral effects of prenatal exposure and is currently principal investigator on a multi-site, longitudinal study of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders in middle age.