Understanding & Expressing Emotions for Adults with AS

Minds and Hearts offer a downloadable presentation on Understanding and Expressing Emotions for Adults with Asperger’s Syndrome.

 

Filmed Tuesday 29th July 2014, 6:00 – 7:30 pm

 

PRESENTED BY

Professor Tony Attwood is a world expert and leading authority on Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) and autism. His text “Asperger’s Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals” has been translated into thirty languages. 

Dr Michelle Garnett is the Founder of Minds & Hearts, a specialist clinic in Brisbane for children and adults who have an autism spectrum condition (ASC). Both are internationally known presenters, having presented together around Australia, New Zealand and Europe for numerous Universities, Societies, Colleges, Schools and Support Networks. Tony and Michelle are clinical psychologists who together have over 50 years of experience in helping people with autism spectrum conditions. They are warm, inspiring, engaging and knowledgeable presenters.

 

THE INFORMATION SESSION IS FOR

Adults with Asperger’s syndrome, their parents and family members, who are interested in gaining ideas and strategies for managing strong emotions such as stress and anxiety, anger, and depression.

The aim of this information night is to provide strategies to assist adults with AS with their strong emotions. We will discuss anxiety, stress, and depression and explore strategies to relieve these negative feelings, such as the evidence-based treatment of choice, cognitive behaviour therapy, and the benefits of other tools such as relaxation and physical exercise.


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Cost: only AUD$16.50 including GST

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