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Leslie Marneau joins Editorial Board

leslie_marneauLeslie Marneau, Clinical Psychologist and Consultant on Mental Health and Autistic Spectrum Disorders joins the Editorial Board of the Open Journal of Psychiatry & Allied Sciences (OJPAS®). She is from France.

After her Master of Psychology of Child Development from the University Paris, she had University Degree on Developmental Disorder from the same university. Leslie also holds Professional Development Training Certificate, France as well as had undergone Humanitarian Project Management and Design from BioForce Institut.

Her professional experiences include Psychosocial Desk in French Red-Cross where she formalises data collection tool and database on Excel as well as offers training for psychosocial activities in Cameroun, Severe Acute Malnutrition Program. Leslie is consultant trainer in mental health, France, Laos, Thailand. She is founder and manager of “A Bus for Autism” (Development and Research on care for ASD in South East Asia). In Vientiane Autism Centre, Laos, Leslie looks after proposal and project management of “Diagnostic Clinic” where her work covers diagnostic consultations and assessments for children, training of staff, training of trainers. She is psychologist in France, Spain, Laos, Thailand. In addition, Leslie does management and coordination, short term respite care for adults with special needs.

She participated in the International Conference on Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorder, World Health Organization, Shuchona Fondation, Buthan (2017), International Journal of Child Development Conference, Rajanagarindra Institute, Thailand (2016), and Conference on Traditional Thai Medicine for Developmental Disorder, Rajanagarindra Institute, Thailand (2015).

Leslie authored “Adaptation of assessment for autism in countries with lower income”, published in the International Journal of Child Development and Mental Health as well as the Guest Editorial, titled “About some problems in the epidemiological studies of autism”, published in OJPAS®.

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