Ep 31 / Kate McNulty’s Love and Asperger’s: Relationships on the Spectrum

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Today I’m talking with Kate McNulty, an autistic Certified Gottman Therapist, Certified AASECT Sex Therapist, and licensed clinical social worker. We’re discussing her new book, Love and Asperger’s: Practical Strategies To Help Couples Understand Each Other and Strengthen Their Connection, which came out in October 2020. Love and Asperger’s is a practical guide to maintaining … Read more

Ep. 28 / Slow Processing? Try Slow Parenting!

We all know there are approximately one million and fourteen different parenting approaches out there, which can make it intimidating to sort through them and find the ones that work for you and your family. In my family, we all struggle with intermittent slow processing speed, which leads us to be more overwhelmed by social … Read more

How Do I Find A Therapist? A Guide For Neurodivergent Folks

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Today’s episode is based on a listener question: Jenna wrote, “How do you go about finding a therapist as a neurodivergent person? Are there specific things to look for, or avoid?”

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Prime Day Deals for Neurodivergent Folks! (2020)

I don’t usually do this kind of post, but a lot of us are on tight budgets with everything going on in the world, so I put together this quick blog post with some Neurodiverging-specific Amazon deals I found for Prime Day. There are a lot of weighted blankets, ear defenders, sensory crafts, fidgets, and … Read more

How Can We Take Better Care of Neurodiverse Women? These 3 Interviews Shed Some Light.

How Can We Take Better Care of Neurodiverse Women

How can we take better care of neurodiverse women? That’s the question we’re trying to shed some light on today. 🎧 Rather listen than read this post? This post is based off of Episode 13 of the Neurodiverging Podcast! Listen on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify Misdiagnosis after misdiagnosis. Disbelief from doctors and mental health professionals after you explain your … Read more

How to Define Perseveration in Autism Spectrum Disorder

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I was talking to a friend of mine the other day about some common traits of autism spectrum disorder, and the question of how to define perseveration with regards to autism came up. I've experienced perseveration, and I notice it in my children with autism and ADHD. But, I found it oddly difficult to describe to my friend, and realized I didn't quite know how to explain it. So, I did a little research on perseverative thinking, behaviors, and language.


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21 Heavy Work Ideas for Sensory Seekers

If you’re a sensory seeker, or you have one at home, you know you’re supposed to be incorporating heavy work into your routine every day. But what if you’re struggling to come up with engaging heavy work ideas for sensory seekers? Let me help! Heavy Work Heavy work is not actually “work,” but rather a … Read more

7 Easy Ways to Get Your Heavy Work at the Water

As a parent of children with sensory integration differences, I know that being in the water is an especially perfect opportunity for my kids to do some heavy work. My kids and I are lucky to have a shallow creek about a mile away that we love to go play in when it’s too hot … Read more

Autism and Speech Therapy (Your Therapy Cheat Sheet Series, Part 2)

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Today, in my Therapy Cheat Sheet Series, I’m here to talk about autism and speech therapy. Why is speech therapy so often recommended for autistics? Well, it can help develop our communication skills, to become more independent and self-actualized people. Communication is a basic skill, and one that is necessary in all aspects of life, … Read more

FAQ: Different Types of Therapy for Autism (Your Therapy Cheat Sheet Series, Part 1)

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So you or your child have just been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. I know your head is probably buzzing as you walk out of that appointment. And I know you were probably given like 30 pages of recommendations to pursue, many of them focused on different types of therapy for autism: occupational therapy, speech … Read more

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