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Rachel Casper argues that it’s time to change the way we treat young people with autism spectrum disorder. BACP Children, Young People and Families, September 2020
Fitting in at work can be a minefield for employees on the autism spectrum. Valerie Sutherland suggests ways that therapists and employers can help. Counselling at Work, Winter 2016
I wish I was water, then I would never die
Open article: The neurotypical world very often makes no sense at all to neurotypicals, so how on earth do we explain it to the neurodiverse? By Neville Tomlinson. Private Practice, March 2019
How do you know if your client has autism?
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is complex and difficult to diagnose. So, counsellors should think carefully before suggesting autism to a client, says Elaine Nicholson. Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal, April 2020
What works when counselling autistic clients?
Elaine Nicholson sets out some best practice guidelines for working with clients with Asperger syndrome. Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal, October 2016
Connecting with an autistic brain
Phyllis Coulter encourages us to use available neurological science to facilitate a working alliance with young people who might otherwise not be able to access counselling. BACP Children, Young People and Families, June 2018
This month we're joining in with Autism Awareness Month. Featured articles are all open access during April.