Sensory PDX: The Neurobiology of Sensory Processing Disorders

Stewart S. Newman, MD, is a managing partner of Mind Matters, PC, in Beaverton, where he practices full-time as an outpatient child and family psychiatrist. He is also is a published author and Affiliate Professor at OHSU where he teaches at the School of Medicine, Nursing and the Psychiatric Residency Program.

Join us at this free workshop when Dr. Newman will discuss:

  • Early childhood experiences as the basis of the lifelong trajectory for health, education, and socialization
  • Relationships, the foundation of children’s skills and healthy sensory, emotional, stress and attentional systems
  • The evolutionary path followed in the development of brain organization.
  • The interplay between genetics and experiences in the developing brain
  • Comorbidity - crucial in developing a diagnostic formulation and treatment plan for affected children

Register at: www.providence.org/classes. Search for “Sensory PDX- Neurobiology of Sensory Processing Disorders- Portland.”

To register by phone, call 503-215-2429 or 800-833-8899 ext. 52429.

Spanish registration and interpretation services are available; please call 503- 574-6595 before January 20th.

For more information about Sensory PDX, email: seminarspdx@gmail.com

Please contact Providence Health Education Services at (503) 574-6595 with any registration difficulties.

Registration instructions:


Dates offered:

February 09, 2017 Thursday 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Providence Cancer Center Ampitheater
Providence Portland Medical Center
4805 NE Glisan St.
Portland, OR 97213