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  1. Patricia O'Brien O'Brien Towle

    Patricia O'Brien Towle, Ph.D., has 30 year⁳ experience with early childhood developmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders. She is a clinical child psychologist at the Westchester Institute for Human Development and assistant professor of psychiatry, pediatrics and public health at the New York Medical College. In addition to her extensive clinical experience, Dr. Towle carries out research on the prevalence and developmental course of ASD, supervises psychology interns and post-doctoral fellows, and gives presentations to professionals and parents nationally. She lives in Westchester County, New York.
  2. Joseph O'Connor

    Joseph O'Connor is a leading trainer in coaching and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and systemic thinking. He is co-founder of the International Coaching Community (ICC); co-founder and director of ROI Coaching, specialist coaching for financial executives; co-founder of the Master Coach Academy Europe; and he is Visiting Professor of Coaching, ISCTE University Business School, Lisbon, Portugal. He spent many years as a professional classical guitarist and has an L.R.A.M. from the Royal Academy of Music.
  3. Kieran O'Hagan

    Kieran O'Hagan is an established writer and former Reader in the School of Social Work at The Queen's University, Belfast. He worked for over twenty years in the social services in Britain. He has also lectured and worked in Australia, India and the USA. He has published many books and articles on a wide range of subjects in welfare and in training, including child abuse, crisis intervention, social work competence and the abuse of women in family and child care.
  4. Catherine O'Halloran

    Cathie O'Halloran is Eva Penrose's mother and a speech and language therapist. She has worked in special schools and specialist units with young people with autism in the UK and Australia for more than 20 years. Cathie and Eva live in West Yorkshire, UK.
  5. Catherine O'Neill

    Catherine O'Neill conceived the idea for Love and Grief from personal experience following the death of a close friend. She currently works as a speech and language therapist, toy and educational equipment designer and children's book author.

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