In this episode, I interview Dani Ryckman, a Head of School of a Private school, but more importantly, a mother to a brave and wonderful kiddo with OCD and anxiety. The intention of our interview is to create an affirming, compassionate, and safe space to talk about mental health, the imperfections of parenting, and to remove the shame and guilt that often follows these topics. Our hope is to destigmatize, humanize, and empower you to stay self-aware, curious, and hopeful as a parent who faces the additional challenges that neurodiversity can bring to parenting. A big thank you to Dani and her daughter for sharing their personal stories, modeling vulnerability, and being empowered voices in this space. Much love!
In this episode, I speak with Jeff Snyder, Autism Neurodiversity Self-Advocate and Public Speaker. Jeff shares what his top 3 stressors were during his educational career and practical strategies to manage these stressors. He hopes that this information will help bring awareness to the needs of autistic students and how to make education more accessible and comfortable for these students.
You can find out more about Jeff (and his awesome blogs) here.
In this episode, I welcome back David Sharif, Global Autism Advocate and Motivational Speaker. He generously shares with us his experience of the various therapies he received and how they have helped him find success today.
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