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  1. Tony Attwood

    Tony Attwood, PhD, is a clinical psychologist from Brisbane, Australia, with over 30 years of experience with individuals with autism spectrum disorders. He is currently Adjunct Professor at Griffith University in Queensland.
  2. Serge Augier

    Serge Augier, known as the 'Urban Daoist', is heir to the Daoist tradition of Ba Men Da Xuan, the lineage of which can be traced back to 510 AD in Kunlun. Serge has over 35 years' experience practicing and teaching this tradition and has taught in Europe, USA, Hong Kong and China. He is based in Paris, France.
  3. Rebecca Avern

    Rebecca Avern is an acupuncturist practising in Oxford, UK. After graduating from the Universityof Bristol, she went on to study Integrated TCM and 5 Element acupuncture at the College of Integrated Medicine, graduating in 2001. She is now a senior lecturer and clinical supervisor at the college. She studied paediatrics at post-graduate level with Julian Scott which led to her setting up The Panda Clinic. She incorporates non-invasive techniques, such as shonishin, paediatric tui na and laser acupuncture in her practice.
  4. Christine Bailey

    Christine Bailey MSc is a nutritional practitioner, an experienced chef, food and health consultant and cookery writer with over eighteen years of experience. She works with many food and healthcare companies undertaking recipe development, nutritional consultancy and provides training and support for the corporate sector. She is the author of many recipe and health books and is a regular contributor to a range of national health, food and fitness magazines. She has a regular clinic in Reading and London and is a lecturer and module leader on university-validated undergraduate and postgraduate courses. She is a recent recipient of the CAM Award. See www.advancenutrition.co.uk.
  5. Jane Barlow

    Jane Barlow is Professor of Public Health in the Early Years. She is Director of the Warwick Infant and Family Wellbeing Unit (WIFWU), which provides training and research in innovative evidence-based methods of supporting parenting during pregnancy and the early years. Jane has also researched extensively on the effectiveness of interventions aimed at preventing and treating abuse and is a strong advocate of a public health approach to child protection.

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