Webinar: "Depressed Mood in ASD: What We (Think We) Know, and What We Don't."

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Webinar: "Depressed Mood in ASD: What We (Think We) Know, and What We Don't."

Postby Winnie » Thu Oct 20, 2016 10:34 pm

Webinar on Depressed Mood in Autism

Date Published:
October 20, 2016

Please join us Wednesday, November 2, for a webinar with Katherine Gotham, PhD, on depressed mood in people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

What's a Webinar?

A webinar is a meeting held over the web that you can access through your computer. You can attend this event without leaving home.

What's the topic?

Katherine Gotham, PhD, a clinical psychologist, will discuss, "Depressed Mood in ASD: What We (Think We) Know, and What We Don't." Dr. Gotham, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, studies emotional health in adolescents and adults with ASD. Her presentation will focus on the current state of research and clinical understanding of causes, symptoms, assessment, and treatment for mood problems in ASD, with a focus on adolescents and adults.

Registration Information

Topic: Depressed Mood in ASD: What We (Think We) Know, and What We Don't

Date and Time: Wednesday, November 2, 2016, at 1 p.m. Eastern Time (10 a.m. Pacific Time, 5 p.m. UTC/GMT)

Length: 50 minutes (40 minute presentation and 10 minute question and answer session)

To attend: On November 2 at 1 p.m. Eastern Time (10 a.m. Pacific), go to http://www.readytalk.com, enter the access code 2979382 in the "Join a Meeting" box, and click the JOIN button. You may listen and watch on your computer. No prior registration is required.

To submit a question: Send your question before or during the webinar to ebrooks@simonsfoundation.org.

Can't attend? The webinar will be recorded, and a video will be posted on IANcommunity.org several weeks after the event.
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