Sexuality, Relationships and Autism 1-day Workshop - 29 November 2018

This one day course will explore a range of issues related to autistic people and sexuality including boundaries, friendships and relationships. It will enable delegates to increase their understanding of how friendships and relationships can be nurtured and supported in the autistic person and how to enable the autistic person to understand that the friendship might or might not develop and what to do about both eventualities. 

The course will develop the notion of the ‘listening professional’ in order to generate strategies to answer questions, respond to behaviours, and address sexuality in an appropriate and effective way for autistic people.

This course is written and presented Dr John Biddulph a specialist provider of autism training, mentoring, diagnostic and other services. For the past 17 years he has been a freelance consultant including a specialist autism and music programme. He has contributed to the Postgraduate course in Autism and Asperger Syndrome run by the NAS and Sheffield Hallam University and the undergraduate Psychology degree. He is an external examiner for PhD studies in Autism, fields of childhood feeding disorders and in autism services.

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Date: 29 November 2018, 9.30am to 4pm

Venue: St Andrews Stadium, BCFC, Birmingham

Cost: £185 + VAT