In this episode, Genie Love comes onto the show to talk about what an ADHD and Autism Coach is and how she helps her clients through her NeuroAutonomy model. We also talk about the similarities and differences between a coach and a psychologist and how the power of understanding and acceptance is at the heart of both.
In this episode, Dr. Nguyen (Occupational Therapist) and Dr. Budding (Neuropsychologist), come onto the show to discuss the integral role the sensory-motor system plays in the expression of cognition.
In this episode, Dr. Iannaccone comes onto the show to share the unique, non-traditional, and very cool way she practices occupational therapy - with animals!!!!
In this episode, I welcome back Dr. Deborah Winking, author of Capable, educator, and parent of a child with a genetic disorder. Deborah shares the last 3 habits that she promotes with parents to see their neurodiverse child as capable.
#neurodiversity #capable #autism
Shannon Iacobacci comes onto the show to teach us about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), its misconceptions and stigmas, and how we can help individuals and families who are affected by FASD. #fasd #neurodiversity
In this episode, Dr. Samantha Valasek comes back onto the show to teach us about Interoception. We learn what it is and why it's a fundamental sensory system that is critical in self-awareness and self-management.
Find Dr. Valasek - https://www.lifeskillsot.com/
In this episode, I interview Kristen Carmi, Advocate and BCBA, about how the field is addressing the concerns of trauma and what some providers are doing about it. We also review what Compassionate ABA is and how ACT is informing current ABA practice.
In this episode, I interview Jessica Lee and Melody Valenzuela on how NeuroTalent Works is solving the unemployment and underemployment problem for neurodiverse adults today.
In this episode, I interview Dr. Samantha Valasek, about what Occupational Therapy (OT) is, what sensory integration is, and how OT can change the lives of ND folks in very meaningful ways.
In this episode, I interview Tiffany Feingold, CEO and co-founder of Guiding Bright Minds, an online parenting resource for parents of neurodivergent kiddos. Tiffany's passion extends beyond establishing her online community. She's in it to change the hearts of minds of our communities towards accepting, embracing, and even celebrating neurodiversity!