ABOUT THE TRAINING
This training is open to anyone. Register using the form below.
This 2-hour live program is broken up over two days and aimed to help counselors better understand how autism spectrum disorder looks among adolescents with emphasis on biopsychosocial perspectives. Attendees will also learn about effective strategies and interventions for working with this population and consider community resources that can help build collaborative and integrative systems of care for these individuals.
ABOUT YOUR TRAINER
Keischa Pruden, LCMHCS, LCAS, CCS, CPP Keischa is a licensed psychotherapist, autism advocate, published author and cheerleader to all who know her. Her passion for autism advocacy began organically. She honed her advocacy skills with her oldest son, Aaron, who is on the autism spectrum, while he was in school. She later began advocating for her autistic therapy clients and their families. Her passion then led her to author a children's book about autism, aptly named, Aaron and Me: Our Journey on the Spectrum, based on her sons' relationship. Keischa firmly believes every child has a right to their definition of a meaningful day.
Frequently Asked Questions
This event costs $50
You will get the Zoom link before the training begins. If you have any questions, you can email us firstname.lastname@example.org