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Live Class with Dr. Judy Ho - Topic TBD

May 5, 2021 11:30 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Dr. Judy Ho
Triple Board Certified Clinical & Forensic Neuropsychologist
Dr. Judy Ho is a world-renowned neuropsychologist. She is one of the few triple board-certified doctors in the country. She specializes in comprehensive psychological testing, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and behavior management. Her areas of expertise include depression & anxiety issues, childhood & adult ADHD, youth behavioral issues, personality disorders, co-occurring alcoholism & substance use disorders, & cognitive dysfunction. As a Certified Forensic mental health evaluator (CFMHE), she is retained as an psychological expert witness in civil and criminal cases, conducting forensic evaluations and testifying for both the prosecution/plaintiff and the defense. Dr. Judy has been a MedCircle Certified Educator since 2018. She is passionate about bringing her wide range of expertise to the public through her educational video series with MedCircle.
Kyle Kittleson
Host @MedCircle
Kyle is the on-camera host for MedCircle. He interviews top doctors from around the world to educate millions of people on the important topic of mental health. Diagnosed with depression at the age of 9, he knows that keeping a positive mental health state is a lifelong effort—sometimes even a struggle. To help others struggle less through proper education has been a privilege.