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Magnificent Minds by Suzanne Goh, MD
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Apr 09, 2024 | ISBN 9780593712719

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“Dr. Suzanne Goh is an extraordinary scientist, researcher, and clinician whose pioneering work in autism is changing our thinking about how to best support a child, not only focusing on behavior but also on neurobiology, biochemistry, and physiology. Whether your child is newly diagnosed with autism or you’re simply looking for fresh insights and a new way forward, this book is a treasure.”
–Dr. Mark Hyman, MD, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Young Forever
“Dr. Goh’s approach to the care of a child with autism is extraordinarily wise. It considers the whole child—the genetics, biology, family context, interpersonal relationships, cognitive abilities, and emotional life that interact with one another throughout development. This is a much-needed guide for parents and professionals on how best to intervene in ways that will help the child reach his or her greatest potential and experience inner fulfillment.”
– Dr. Bradley S. Peterson, MD, Director of the Institute for the Developing Mind and Chief of Child Psychiatry at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
“In Magnificent Minds, Dr. Suzanne Goh presents a refreshing brain-body wholesome biological perspective of autism with timely, practical information for parents and caregivers seeking the best care for autism. It’s an essential resource. And I personally love the drawings throughout the book!”  
–Dr. Elizabeth Torres, PhD, Professor, Rutgers University Department of Psychology, and Director of the Sensory Motor Integration Lab
“Wow! This is just the approach the world needs to better understand and support every child with autism.”
–Scott Barry Kaufman, PhD, host of The Psychology Podcast and author of Transcend
“As an autistic adult with multiple co-occurring features including cerebral palsy, GI issues, and mitochondrial dysfunction, I often struggle with understanding doctors and interacting with the medical system. Magnificent Mindspresents information clearly and concisely across its well-organized chapters. I found it approachable and learned new things from it as a result, and I expect many others will as well in a shared journey to better understand and care for the unique autistic people in their lives.”
–Jory Fleming, author of How to Be Human: An Autistic Man’s Guide to Life
“Dr Goh wisely describes a holistic approach to Autism that respects that some of the defining characteristics are variations of the human traits that make us uniquely talented.  She wants readers to see the whole child for the best results.” 
–Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD, Professor Emeritus, Columbia University
“Finally! A well-resourced book that puts it all together for parents and professionals. When a child is diagnosed with autism, parents are bombarded with much information on many levels. The connection between neurobiology, biochemistry, physiology, and the behavioral component is not always clear. Connecting all this to education, community, the importance of family relationships, and possible therapies and what is best for our unique child is difficult for a parent to do. Dr. Goh has explained these complex connections simply, providing hope and fostering the understanding and acceptance of neurodivergence. Certainly, I wish this book had been available when my child was still an infant!”   
–Chantal Sicile-Kira, parent, advocate, and author of What Is Autism? Understanding Life with Autism or Asperger’s and A Full Life with Autism

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