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A Therapist's Guide to Neurodiversity Affirming Practice with Children a
- In this honest and practical guide, autistic therapist Raelene Dundon explores and demystifies how neurodiversity affirming principles can be easily applied to therapeutic practice. Covering essential considerations for working with neurodivergent clients such as presuming competence, promoting autonomy and respecting communication styles, and providing advice on the best affirming approaches in therapy including how to accommodate sensory needs and encourage self-advocacy, Raelene provides easy-to-implement ways to make your practice inclusive and empowering for neurodivergent children and young people. The deficit model is out. It's time to become neurodiversity affirming.
- Raelene Dundon is the Director of Okey Dokey Childhood Therapy, a large multidisciplinary therapy practice for children in Melbourne, Australia. She is a late diagnosed Autistic ADHDer and is an endorsed Educational and Developmental Psychologist. Raelene has over 15 years' experience working with neurodivergent children and their families, providing educational, social/emotional and parenting support.
- The go-to-guide for shifting your clinical practice to an affirming approach that honours neurodivergence
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