2018 Webinar 3: Co-Occurring vs. Multi-Occurring Mental Health Disorders in FASD - Digital Download

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2018 Webinar 3: Co-Occurring vs. Multi-Occurring Mental Health Disorders in FASD - Digital Download

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There is a big difference between co-occurring mental health disorders, which are etiologically related to a specific syndrome, and multi-occurring mental health disorders, which occur alongside the primary syndrome. The implications for prevention are embedded in this difference and affect our attitudes toward intervention for this population of children and youth affected by prenatal alcohol exposure.

Key questions: What is the difference between co-occurring and multi-occurring mental health disorders? Through considering this difference, can you differentiate the biological impact of prenatal alcohol exposure from environmental factors that affect long term mental health outcome? Is early intervention a form of prevention? What can research tell us about the role the child welfare system plays in the balance between nature and nurture?

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File size: 555 MB

Presented by Ira J. Chasnoff, MD

Includes Q&A session!

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