Customised Training Workshops
Our clinical psychology team are available to host customised training workshops at your workplace, school, clinic, organisation, or community centre.
Our workshop presentations can be customised to suit your needs, some ideas may include:
- Identifying autistic behaviours, thinking and communication styles in students/children.
- Strategies for managing a variety of neurodiverse thinking, communicating and interaction styles.
- Support strategies and options for autistic students.
- Strategies for engaging autistic children and teens.
- Understanding different social interaction styles.
- Sensory and sensitivity awareness.
- Learning strategies for autistic children and teens.
We offer 1/2 day, full day, and multi-day workshops.
With notice can travel anywhere to present (longer notice is required for presenting outside of Australia). Travel costs apply.
Contact us for more information about our customised training events and availability.
Other Workshop Topics
We are more than happy to accommodate your needs for a workshop, contact us to discuss options.
- Beyond IQ Scores ~ looking at behaviours during cognitive & developmental assessments, how to modify assessments, and practical recommendations.
- Beyond DSM ~ creating an empowering assessment experience.
- Supporting Autistic Students - Lydia draws on over 20 years of working with Autistic children, adolescents and adults to share her go-to strategies for building self-esteem, confidence and connection through passions, reducing stress, avoiding sensory overload, and making life more predictable and fun.
- Autistic Adults - with so many adults discovering that they are Autistic, let's discuss strategies around special interests and passions, employment, study, ways of building connection and strengthening relationships.
- Autistic Girls & Women - discussing reasons some girls and women are often missed in autism assessments that have been based on research with Autistic boys and men; common presentations among Autistic women and non-binary people as well as Autistic men and boys who don't fit the 'classic' profile.
- Autistic Adolescents - there is often a focus on early identification and supports, but we need to adjust strategies as Autistic teens face the increased social demands of high school, including creative study and employment options when mainstream high school is not meeting a student's needs, and ways to build confidence, self-esteem and independent living skills.