What We Do At Autism 360 Support
We offer coaching for parents, couples and adults on the autism spectrum and related challenges. Our philosophy embraces the differences between all of us, particularly regarding neurodiversity. This means that though our brains are “wired” differently, it does not necessarily mean that these differences are abnormal. We all have strengths and weaknesses. The more we embrace those, the more successful we are in life. So, we strive to understand your particular challenges. We help you by getting to know you as a whole, unique person. By addressing just one problem in isolation, such as a behavior or social issue, it can be harder to make progress. Sometimes the problem stops, but then new and different problems can develop. With our whole person approach, we typically see more generalized and lasting progress. We don’t just help you to stop a problem, we also help you learn new and healthier ways to improve your whole life and that of your family.
How Our Coaching Program Can Help
Are you stressed and overwhelmed? Are you confused as to where to turn and to figure out what are the best options for yourself, or to help your child and your family? Our coaching sessions are personalized for what is going on with you, and for what you need. There is no boiler plate program here. We will get to know you – what your challenges are and your strengths and weaknesses. It could be one coaching session to ask some specific questions. It can be periodic coaching where you can check in when problems come up and for emotional support. Or we can have regular virtual sessions where we take you step-by-step through implementing individualized strategies; problem solving and troubleshooting along the way.
Are you needing help and direction for yourself? Are you having difficulty with your child(ren)? Is there stress in your marriage due to a family member or partner on the autism spectrum (or related issues). Start with our free 15-minute introductory phone call. Contact us – we’d love to meet you.
Ellen “Jen” Slaton, LCSW, BCBA