How can we best understand autism? And how can we work more therapeutically with someone ‘on the spectrum’? These are the questions that Holly Bridges
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Welcome to the discussion on breakthroughs in approaches to helping those on the autism spectrum, to realise their potential.
I recently revised work that I was commissioned to undertake for the Autism Association of Western Australia (AAWA), when invited to address the NDS State Conference
I recently listened to a wonderful talk by Pat Ogden on Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and it aligns so well with my approach – which is of course so
Danny Raede, CEO and co-founder of Asperger Experts, discusses the physiology of autism and how an understanding of the polyvagal theory and brain plasticity may
A high school student recently completed a study on biofeedback techniques and autism with outstanding results. After just 18 sessions his adolescent autistic subject showed
Holly recently attended a meeting at Perth-based Autism West and was delighted to meet Australian-born best selling author Kathy Lette. You may be aware that
Expensive treatments that are designed to improve eye-contact in kids with autism may be having the opposite effect, a new study reveals. Children with autism
“In academic circles, autism is regarded as a brain disorder with a genetic basis. Yet no specific biomarker can diagnose autism”
~ Dr Stephen W. Porges
This journal considers the history of autism therapies, and examines the theories of the causes of autism.
Complementary approaches to autism
This journal examines and critiques selected complementary therapies that a used in cases of autism.
You should consult a medical practitioner before embarking on any program that is potentially harmful.