Life on the Spectrum with Ash Brown - Taylor Camille"In episode 4 we talk to Ash Brown (@TheMacabreChap) about the stigma of autism and how it is and isn’t accepted in Afro-Carribean, African and African American communities and yet how the two are inextricably linked" In My Own Words - Akha Khumalo Autism, ADHD, and … Continue reading Autism & Race: Blogs, Vlogs, & Podcasts
I don't know how to process death. It hits me the same way someone hits mute on a remote. There is stillness, but everything keeps moving. Then I go to reach for the sound, & there's nothing to hear. That building up of what was & what is. I only find myself able to grieve … Continue reading I don’t know how to process death.
I absolutely adore this! Dr. Megha Deuskar Abstract The present paper aims to define the upcoming field of Dance Movement Therapy, as a form of expressive art and also as an experiential form of therapy. It also aims to differentiate Dance Movement Therapy from other related approaches such as therapeutic dance. The paper explains the … Continue reading The Importance of Training in Psychotherapy for a Dance Movement Therapist — Indian Magazine of Dance/Movement Therapy
There is a significant difference between needing an assistant, and needing a collaborative partner. (I'm not even touching up on needing a consultant right now) The differences are often dependent on how detailed you expect to be in your communication of tasks and feedback, and how much responsibility you're willing to take. I get it, … Continue reading Before You Get an Assistant