January 23, 2017
Experts in the psychosocial impact of Moebius syndrome are coming together to deliver a Social Skills Workshop for teens living with the condition. This workshop has previously been offered at the US Moebius Syndrome Foundation conferences and in Denmark. It is an opportunity for teenagers with Moebius syndrome to meet up with others in the relaxed and informal setting of Warwick University. During the course of a weekend in March (25th and 26th), you will be able to share experiences and get to know one another whilst at the same time helping psychologists from the UK and USA gather data for their research. Parents are welcome too and this would obviously allow you to meet up with others in a similar situation.
- Dr Kathleen Bogart (School of Psychological Science, Oregon St University, USA)
- Dr Riccardo Fusaroli (Interacting Minds Centre, Aarhus University, Denmark)
- Henrietta Spalding and Elizabeth Noble (Changing Faces, UK)
- Dr Rachel Mumford (Psychological Services, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool, UK)
- Laura Davies (Department of Psychology, University of Bristol, UK)
You can find out more here http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/…/researchcen…/wma/current/mobius/
or by emailing John Michael on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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