Rachel Brown MBBS FAPA is a physician, psychiatrist and child and adolescent psychiatrist. Dr. Brown grew up in the UK, and began her medical career in London, completing medical school at Guy’s Hospital and psychiatry residency and child and adolescent fellowship at the Bethlem Royal and Maudsley, where her interest in autism and neurodevelopmental disorders began. She directed a community mental health service and ran a forensic private practice for a number of years before moving to the US, where she completed a second child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship (at the University of Alabama-Birmingham). Since then, she has held academic appointments at Mercer University School of Medicine, the University of Missouri School of Medicine-Columbia, and Central Michigan University College of Medicine. She is currently chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. Dr. Brown’s interests are medical education at all levels, and in systems of care, especially those impacting children in welfare system, and those with neurodevelopmental disabilities. She has published a number of peer reviewed articles and book chapters relevant to the content of this workshop. In addition, Dr. Brown has been part of the ECHOAutism project since its inception in 2015, providing case-based consultation and mentoring to primary care physicians/clinicians, to mental health professionals, and to hospital and health care systems. She is a seasoned workshop presenter, teacher and facilitator.