1600 Hospital Pkwy Bedford, TX 76022
10:45 am - 12:30 pm
Co-facilitator Rochelle Bolough
WE WILL BE UNABLE TO TAKE WALK-UPS FOR THIS EVENT. ONCE ALL SEATS ARE TAKEN, THE EVENT IS CLOSED. YOU MAY, HOWEVER, PLACE YOUR NAME ON THE WAITING LIST BY GOING TO THE REGISTRATION PAGE. YOU WILL BE CONTACTED IF A SEAT OPENS UP. SEE LINK BELOW.
Do you suffer from the psychological aspects of Lyme and co-infections? Come hear Dr. Didriksen teach us what we can do to treat these aspect of chronic illness.
Dr. Nancy Didriksen, Psychologist Specializing in Pain
Ph.D. (1986) in Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine from the University of North Texas with research in psychoneuroimmunology. Internship, Environmental Control Unit, Northeast Community Hospital, Bedford, TX. Approximately twenty-eight years experience evaluating and treating environmentally-ill patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings as well as patients with related illnesses, e.g., chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, MS, and others.
Currently in private practice in Richardson, TX, primarily evaluating environmental and other chronically-ill patients for disability and litigation issues.
Adjunct Professor of Psychology, University of North Texas, with research emphasis on the adverse neuropsychological effects of environmental toxins.
Approximately 40 professional papers and presentations.
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