April 12, 13 & 14, 2019
Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Speaker Details

Dr. Oren Amitay, PhD CPsych (Toronto, Ontario)

Doc Amitay works with a diverse group of clients, ranging from late teens to seniors, one-on-one, in couples or families, covering every theme imaginable, including issues related to school, work, relationships, family, sexuality, finances, major life transitions, depression, and anxiety, to name a few. He tries to help clients realize that life is actually easier when you find the insight, strength and courage to see reality for what it really is, not what you want it to be. He has conducted approximately 450 Parenting Capacity Assessments for various Children’s Aid Societies across Ontario since 2001. His professional experiences and expertise have led to his being declared an expert witness in Ontario courts with respect to Psychological Assessments since 2009.  www.docamitay.com

Panel: Holistic Health for the Whole Family
Saturday 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM, 206

Panelists: Dr. Oren Amitay, PhD, Dr. Zolton Rona, MD, Jeffrey Smith, Ben Fuchs, Magda Havas, PhD With Moderator: Julie Daniiluk

This distinguished panel will share their research and experience with you about what you need to know to ensure the health of your children, your parents and yourself. Come and learn about:

  • Natural complementary treatments for chronic health problems including neurological issues such as autism, multiple sclerosis, seizures, dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s etc

  • Treating mental health issues like anxiety and depression with natural health alternatives

  • The side effects of potentially toxic medications used for children and seniors today and discover safe and effective alternatives

  • The truths and myths about the genetically modified food industry and the tremendous health benefits of a non-GMO diet

  • How to have peak health from childhood to old age

  • The safe use of electronic devices and how to safeguard your home against harmful EMF frequencies

Mental Health for Families
Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM, 206

Doc Amitay will discuss mental health for both adults and children including identity issues, social media, bullying, his experience of parents looking for help, and some of the misdiagnoses that could result in radical interventions.