In this episode we dive into our perspectives about this controversial month surrounding autism. We dive deep into the issues and topics that surround this month, and sh*t gets real as we talk about what it’s really like on the inside and outside of an autism family.
In this episode you will discover:
- How host, Janeen’s view of autism awareness has changed throughout her 20-year journey.
- Katherine’s view of autism and how it continues to grow and change as she works more with this population.
- Feedback we have received from our clients’ and their families about autism awareness month.
- The issue of shame and judgement that is so prevalent in our autism community.
- How perspectives differ if you have autism, and how they differ is you don’t.
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Meet Katherine Lycke, M.Ed/Ed.S, Registered Marriage and Family Therapy Intern
Katherine Lycke earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Family, Youth, and Community sciences, and a Masters and Specialist degrees in Marriage and Family Counseling from the University of Florida. She is a certified equine-assisted psychotherapist through the EAGALA model, and is also a level 1 certified Gottman Method Couples Therapy clinician.
She works primarily with kids, teens and families dealing with autism spectrum issues, anxiety, ADHD at Puzzle Peace Counseling in Ponte Vedra, Florida, where she also grew up.