In this webinar, we discuss the significant impact of toxic chemicals on autism and mental health disorders. Gain valuable insights into the role of environmental toxins, including heavy metals, pesticides, endocrine disruptors, and other toxic chemicals, in the development and exacerbation of autism and mental health conditions. Learn about the latest research on how toxic chemicals can disrupt neurodevelopment, impair neurotransmitter function, and contribute to oxidative stress and inflammation in the brain. Discover evidence-based strategies for identifying and mitigating exposure to toxic chemicals in clinical practice, including effective detoxification interventions and lifestyle modifications. Gain a deeper understanding of the potential long-term consequences of toxic chemical exposure on neurodevelopmental outcomes, mental health, and cognitive function. Access this recorded webinar now to stay informed on the latest research and clinical approaches to addressing the impact of toxic chemicals in autism and mental health disorders.

Kurt Woeller DO

About the Author

Kurt Woeller, DO

Kurt N. Woeller, DO has been an integrative medicine physician and biomedical Autism specialist for over 20+ years. He is an author of several health books including Autism – The Road To Recovery, Methyl-B12 Therapy For Autism, Methyl-B12 for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, and 5 Things You MUST Do Right Now To Help With Your Rheumatoid Arthritis. He is an international speaker, educator, and practicing clinician offering specialized interventions for individuals with complex medical conditions. His health consulting practice for Autism alone is multinational with families from various countries. Dr. Woeller serves as a clinical and lab consult for Functional Medicine Clinical Rounds, as well as provides educational seminars for Mosaic Diagnostics (formerly Great Plains Laboratory). He is co-founder of Integrative Medicine Academy (, which is an online training academy for health practitioners learning integrative medicine.