With more than 20 years lived experience I know it can be a struggle to find resources and research to support you, your family, and your child with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. That's why I have embarked on a new initiative to interview the movers and shakers in the FASD Research and Resources community and bring you Research & Resource Editions of the FASD Family Life podcast. These Research & Resource Editions of the FASD Family Life Podcast will give you information on a variety of FASD networks, resources, training events, and conferences, as well as fascinating FASD studies for your participation and interest.
In this Research & Resources Edition of FASD Family Life Research & Resources edition I am delighted to speak with Dan Dubovsky about raising children with FASD as well as effective interventions for individuals with FASD and a substance use disorder. Dan Dubovsky and I had so much ground to cover that we ran out of time in this episode. You can hear the rest of our conversation in a future Research and Resources Edition of the FASD Family Life podcast. SUBSCRIBE to make sure you never miss an episode!
Dan Dubovsky is a clinician working in behavioral heath in a variety of systems including residential treatment, outpatient services, HIV/AIDS, medical social work, and training in a variety of positions including direct care staff, therapist, supervisor, and instructor in psychiatry. 25 years experience in addressing FASD from a personal and professional point of view. Providing consultation in a number of areas to agencies, systems of care, communities, states, and provinces to improve outcomes for individuals, families, and the programs that provide services to them. Formerly the FASD Specialist with the SAMHSA FASD Center for Excellence. Now working independently.
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