Counselling and the Autistic Spectrum

May 03, 2019 - May 03, 2019

London | £70 inc lunch

The autistic spectrum is a broad umbrella incorporating such terms as ‘Asperger’s Syndrome’, ‘Autism’, ‘High Functioning Autism’ and ‘Autistic spectrum disorder’. Many children and adults who have diagnoses within the spectrum are able to attend mainstream schools, colleges and workplaces, yet they can experience a great deal of confusion , anxiety and isolation in any social setting. Many adults struggling in their lives generally and in relationships, have never had their Autism recognised or assessed. This study day will focus on the autistic thinking style and how this impacts on everyday living and in particular on the counselling relationship. Time will be given to input/discussion, experiential processing and discussion of case work where desirable by participants.


Contact

Phone - eve
0208 531 9760
Phone - day
0208 531 9760
Phone - mobile
07714 256238
Contact
Jan Hawkins