Autism Reframe Technique (A.R.T.)

Co-Design as a Basic Methodology of ‘Reframing’ Autism

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 in Melbourne, Victoria. It was a reminder of the core principles of my approach to improving the lives of those with autism and their families. My work is based on …

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Organicity, Non-Violence, Unity, Whole-ism & Autism

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 different from most. I closely relate to Pat Ogden’s 4 principles – organicity; non-violence; unity and whole-ism being ways to embody how you relate to yourself first and then to …

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Student Discovers How to Resolve Sociability in Autism

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 significant improvement in self-reported calm and lowered heart rate. The results of the ATEC (Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist) showed strong improvement in sensory and cognitive awareness and a ‘dramatic improvement …

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