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MRC - Autism-Informed Therapy Counselling & Psychotherapy with Adult Autistic Clients (10/09/22) CPD Presenter: Eoin Stephens
Zoom
10-09-2022   Starts:10:00. a.m. to 13:00.p.m.
3 CPD hours
IACP Members Only

Places Limited to 80

Bookings will close on Thursday 8th September 2022

MRC - Autism-Informed Therapy Counselling & Psychotherapy with Adult Autistic Clients


Presenters Bio:

Eoin, worked in the areas of Intellectual Disability, Addiction Counselling, Lecturing/Training, & CBT Private Practice. He is  currently focusing attention on understanding the problems  faced by autistic adults, & their specific therapeutic needs.


Workshop Outline:

Increased awareness and comfort with this important area of client diversity.

• Greater familiarity with learning resources in this area.Workshop structure Morning session – What does being autistic mean?

(PowerPoint presentation with breakout discussions and Q&A)

• Current thinking about autism – myths, terminology, etc

• The growing importance of the neurodiversity perspective in therapy

• Discussion around participants’ current experience, concerns & ideas in this area.

• Autistic differences in social information-processing, etc


CPD Certs will be emailed to participants after attendance at the Event


The Zoom Link and Password for the event will be sent at least a day or two  in advance of the Event

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