Dominique Jamison-Williams, MSOTR/L has more than twenty years in health care. She has worked in a variety of settings from acute care, nursing homes, hospitals, schools and private practice. She has treated many children with various conditions. But her passion, is treating premature infants and children suffering from autism spectrum disorders. While in private practice, she observed that many parents become frustrated with the medications that are prescribed to autistic children. These medications are often prescribed in order to decrease anxiety and to improve attention span. However, these medications also have unwanted side effects. She is a supporter of the use of CBD as an alternative in the management of anxiety associated with autism spectrum disorders.
Dominique has been an occupational therapist for 24 years and has treated children for twenty years. She holds a BS degree in biology and a MS degree in occupational therapy from the University of Indianapolis. She is currently involved in cannabis research involving minor cannabinoids (CBG, Delta 8, and THCV). She lives in Northwest Indiana with her twin boys.