Todays Guest Dr. Randell Bjork MD is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Neurology. He has an interesting perspective that Asperger’s Syndrome is something what we achieve in life and should all aspire to do so. His insight into how human social interaction and studies in neurology come together is just exciting.
Dr. Bjork talks about new treatment for trauma and PTSD that is exceptionally effective with an 80% success rates even with extreme cases. This is a Podcast you will not want to miss.
Thanks Dr. Bjork, this is definitely one of my favorite episodes of all time.
To get in contact with Dr. Bjork call: (303) 731-4415
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