We’re in the home theater today talking about how growing up with an autistic sibling. My guest Josh Treece grew up with a brother who is affected by autism and has a great deal of knowledge and insight to share about his experience. He’s also the host of Therapist Theater, a podcast about movies and how they relate to mental health.
In this episode you will discover:
What Josh’s experience was like growing up in an autism household.
The message he received growing up.
What his mom did right.
How to make a better connection with your child.
Practical tips for dealing with sadness.
Meet Josh Treece, MMFCT
Josh is a therapist in Brentwood, TN who works with couples and individuals. For 32 years he’s been a brother to someone affected by autism. When he’s not seeing clients, Josh hosts a podcast called Therapist Theater that uses movies to talk about mental health and relationships.
Josh’s Private Practice: www.mountsperocounseling.com
Find Therapist Theater Podcast Links Here: https://linktr.ee/therapisttheater
Mentioned on the podcast:
- Join the conversation in our private Facebook group: Our Autism Blueprint Private Facebook Page
- Josh’s private practice: Mount Spero Counseling
- Episode where Josh interviewed Janeen about her favorite movie: Therapist Theater Episode, Lars And The Real Girl
- Books mentioned:
- Uniquely Human by Barry Prizant
- The Reason I Jump, By Naoki Higashida
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