2007-11-15 13:00:00 Mary Coyle, D.I. Hom

2008-08-21 13:00:00 Mary Coyle, D.I. Hom

2006-06-22 13:00:00 Mary Coyle, D.I. Hom

2007-03-22 13:00:00 Mary Coyle, D.I. Hom

2008-12-18 13:00:00 Mary Coyle, D.I. Hom

EBCALA Reception


To Benefit
The Elizabeth Birt Center for
Autism Law and Advocacy (EBCALA)

An AutismOne Initiative
~Serving the legal needs of the autism community~

Focus for Health: Foundation for progress - SATURDAY KEYNOTE

In a must-see Saturday keynote address, Focus for Health Vice President Robert Reeves, JD, will present an up-to-the-minute progress report in the case of CDC malfeasance concerning vaccines as brought to light by Barry Segal's advocacy organization and its scientific adviser Dr. Brian Hooker. The malfeasance story will forever change the face of autism advocacy and children’s health. Mr. Reeves will energize the conference with this compelling update. Dr. Brian Hooker joins the panel discussion following (begins at 12:30), with Dr. Christopher Shade, Sayer Ji, and Mary Coyle.

Robert Reeves, JD

Robert Reeves, JD, is an attorney who has been involved for 25 years in issues in regards to mercury in fillings and more recently in vaccines, including the representation of Dr. Brian Hooker in his FOIA litigation against the CDC. He practices in Lexington, KY, and is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Kentucky, the 6th Circuit and District of Columbia Circuit Federal Courts of Appeals and the US Supreme Court.

Brian Hooker, PhD

Panelist: Dr. Hooker is a PhD Biochemical Engineer and serves as Associate Professor of Biology at Simpson University as well as a science adviser for Focus For Health. His current research involves environmental factors potentially associated with the autism epidemic, with an emphasis on medical exposures, including vaccines. Dr. Hooker has been active in the autism community since 2002 and has a 17 year old son with autism.

Christopher Shade, PhD

Panelist: Dr. Christopher Shade earned a Master's in Environmental Sciences and his PhD in Environmental Sciences and has developed patented Liquid Chromatographic Mercury Speciation technology.

Mary Coyle, DIHom, HHP, AADP

Panelist: Mary Coyle, DIHom, HHP, AADP, founded the Real Child Center in New York City. She has worked with over 1000 children on the spectrum, including her own son, who is now attending college. She is on the advisory board of Documenting Hope and a co-host on Fearless Parent Radio.

Sayer Ji

Panelist: Sayer Ji is a steering committee member of the Global GMO Free Coalition (GGFC); an advisory board member of the National Health Federation and of Fearless Parent; a reviewer and editor of the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine; and the founder of the world's most widely referenced, evidence-based natural health resource of its kind, GreenMedInfo.com.

Bio-Energetic Support, Drainage, and Detoxification for the "Wired but Tired" Child with Autism

When did your ASD child last mount a fever or sunburn? Is OCD, PANDAS, or retaining information a chronic battle? According to the principles of homotoxicology, your child could be stuck in the "exhaustion phase." Learn how scientifically validated bio-energetic nutraceuticals and homeopathic remedies boost cellular energy, providing that missing piece necessary to assist the body in removing damaging toxins and inflammation, while working synergistically with your other biomedical interventions.

Mary Coyle, DIHom, HHP, AADP

Mary Coyle received her Diploma of Homeopathy in 2000 and later founded the Real Child Center in NYC. She has worked with over 1000 children on the spectrum, including her own son, who is now attending college. Nearly 90% of her national and international clients found the center through parent referrals. Mary is featured in the book "Finding Lina" and is a contributor in "Cutting-Edge Therapies for Autism." She is on the advisory board of Documenting Hope and a co-host on Fearless Parent Radio.

Conference Speakers!

This is a partial list of conference speakers*, listed by day. A more comprehensive schedule and registration and hotel information will be posted tomorrow evening.

Best wishes and see you in Chicago!

MONDAY, MAY 24
Student Scholars for Autism Program

TUESDAY, MAY 25
Dr. Charles Chapple
Dr. Marshall Dickholtz
Dr. Thomas O'Bryan
Student Scholars for Autism Program
Additional lectures

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26
Timothy Adams, Esq.
Lynne Arnold
Maria Cammarata
Wendy Fournier
Dr. Roy Leonardi
Lori McIlwain
Phyllis Musumeci
Mary Coyle, DIHom