Maria Rivera-Trudeau, MBA
Maria has spent her career in the healthcare field, first as a medical technologist in the hospital environment and then as a lead health communication specialist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA, from where she retired. She and her husband maintain a gluten-free kitchen where they test gluten-free recipes and convert their favorites to gluten-free versions. Maria has been gluten free since 2001.
Paul F. Trudeau, PhD
Paul is a psychologist practicing in Atlanta Georgia (US). His career in mental health began in New York City where he cared for patients from all walks of life. Diagnosed with non-celiac gluten intolerance in 2009, he is Maria's favorite "taster" and helps educate his patients who present with symptoms of gluten intolerance and related depression. To learn more about how Paul might be able to help you with gluten-free living and the possible emotional issues like depression associated with gluten, click here to visit his website. Paul is affiliated with Emory University and Atlanta Psychotherapy Associates.
Click here to learn more about celiac disease and mental health. Another article of interest published in Psychiatric Quarterly March 2012 titled Neurologic and Psychiatric Manifestations of Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity.
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