Autism: what is it? What does it mean to be 'on the Spectrum?' How do I support someone who identifies as ASD and their family members?
Date 23 March 2019
Start time 9:30 am
End time 5:00 pm
Region London
Cost £65
Email [email protected]


About this training

Communication and how it shapes our understanding of the world is central to our work with clients and their families. People with ASD tend to function differently to neurotypicals (people who don't have ASD) in terms of social interactions, communication and the way they perceive and shape their world. This workshop is specifically aimed at increasing counsellors' understanding of this complex spectrum and to encourage participants to explore how to work effectively with someone who identifies as Autistic or Aspergers.

The workshop will be a combination of presented material, experiential work and discussion, including the opportunity to discuss clients in a non-identifying and confidential manner, time permitting.

Saturday 23 March 2019, 9.30am for 10am start and finishing at 5pm. 6 hours CPD with attendance certificate. £65 payable on booking.


Croydon Buddhist Centre
98 High St

For more details contact Kerrie Gaelen on [email protected] or visit her website.

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