Presented by: Eoin Stephens

Date: Saturday 18th April 2020 | 9:30 am to 4:30 pm

Cost: €100 - 70 students

As more children are being identified as autistic, more adults are also realising that being “on the spectrum” may make a lot of sense of their life experiences and struggles. Whether they come to therapy to get help in processing this realisation, or whether they are already in therapy for secondary issues such as Social Anxiety, Low Self-Esteem, Addictions, OCD, relationship problems, etc, allowance must be made for their autistic personality and thinking within the therapy process. This workshop will present a primarily Cognitive Behavioural approach to this challenge, looking at neurodiversity in general, autistic differences in social information processing, the value of structure in the therapy process, realistic therapy goals, and other relevant issues.

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