All You Need to Know About Aspergers and Autism [Audio]

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Summary: People on the spectrum are exceptionally misunderstood and stereotyped in negative ways. Dr. Gaskill shares a new way of talking about the spectrum that explains their contribution to the “flavor” of humanity.

Duration: 40 Minutes, 46 Seconds

Instructor: Frank Gaskill, Ph.D.

 

Description:

This audio file is from our eTalk: All You Need to Know About Aspergers and Autism

People on the spectrum are exceptionally misunderstood and stereotyped in negative ways.

Dr. Frank Gaskill’s “why” as a psychologist is to educate literally everyone he can about the amazing and differently wired mind of someone considered Autistic or Asperger’s.

Dr. Gaskill also covers a new way of talking about the spectrum that explains their contribution to the “flavor” of humanity. This webinar is appropriate for all professionals, parents, teachers, and students.

 

Outline:

  • What It Means To Be On The Spectrum
  • Qualitative Experiences and Changing Stereotypes
  • Interests and Activities
  • History of Asperger’s and Autism
  • Problems with the DSM-V
  • What Does The Spectrum Think?
  • Introduction to Human 2.0
  • Final Thoughts on Asperger’s and Autism

 

About Frank Gaskill, Ph.D.

“Dr. G” specializes in Aspergers and the Autism Spectrum for all ages. He also specializes in helping parents feel more successful and effective as well as managing the intersection of parenting and technology.

Dr. G works with children and adolescents using a family-based approach. He also serves as a member of the private school’s admissions testing team (CAIS).

Dr. Gaskill is the co-author of the graphic novel, Max Gamer, a contributing author to The Walking Dead Psychology and Star Wars Psychology: The Dark Side of the Mind. He is also the host of the Dr. G Aspie Show (“Asperger’s is Awesome!)”

 

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