Dr Amita Jassi will be answering your questions in Research Autism's first ever live online Q&A, Tuesday 19 November 2013, 12.30pm (GMT).
Amita completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, qualifying in 2006. She has been part of the National and Specialist Team for Children and Young People with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Related Disorders at the Maudsley Hospital for the past four years. Prior to this, she worked at the Institute of Psychiatry for two years on a research project evaluating the treatment of OCD in young people and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). She has a particular interest in modifying Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for OCD in young people with ASD. Amita's book 'Can I tell you about OCD' was published this year.
Amita will also be speaking at our upcoming Autism Plus conference on 4 December 2013.
If you have a question for Amita, join us live on Tuesday 19 November. Alternatively, you can email us in advance with your question. Email Anoushka Pattenden email@example.com
Simply visit this page again on Tuesday 19 November 2013, 12.30-1.30pm GMT. You will see the Q&A taking place in the window below. You can choose to follow the conversation without interacting, or submit a question to Amita using the comments box (which you will see below once the event is live).
Please note your question will not immediately appear in the conversation. We will monitor questions as they come in and publish as appropriate. There may not be time to answer them all but we will try our best.
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Please note: the views expressed by Dr Amita Jassi are personal views and do not necessarily represent the views of Research Autism.