December 15th 09 REACH Parent Network Weekly Newsletter
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9. Workshops & Training
•· Victoria: Child and Family Counselling Association (CAFCA) Katherine Paxton Seminar Series 2010 Seminar 1: It's Not the Way YOU Think: Autism Spectrum Disorder Thinking 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., Part 1 Wednesday, January 20 & Part 2 Wednesday, February 3, 2010. Part 1 (Jan. 20): Learning about the ASD "operating system" provides the understanding of the brain differences found in ASD and the implications of these differences. Part 2 (Feb. 3): Working with the ASD "operating system" (aka What do we do NOW with what we know?) takes the understanding to the next level by providing the strategies and tools that are effective in supporting and teaching people who have an autism spectrum disorder. Seminar 2: Stinkin' Thinkin' & Poisonous Perceptions: Working with Troublesome Thought Distortions and Social Misperceptions found in ASD 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., Part 1 Wednesday, February 17 & Part 2 Wednesday ̧ March 3, 2010 This two-part seminar explores the common "thinking mistakes" that people who have an autism spectrum disorder can make, and how to work to change these unhelpful thoughts. Although the strategies will focus on children and adults who have an autism spectrum disorder, these tools, with minor alterations, can be used with all people effectively. Seminars are to be held at: University of Victoria, Human and Social Development Building, Room A240. Contact email@example.com for more deatails.
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