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How We Inadvertently Create Aggression

12 Nov

I took about a year off of most social media. I wanted to clear my head of some of the “as-if” interventions I have seen in the last couple of years, and wanted to get back advocating for DIR/Floortime as a model of support for people of all ages with autism spectrum disorders. I am working on two different books, traveling a lot, consulting a lot, working in my private practice and working on the development of a not-for-profit.

Here is a short explanation of how we sometimes inadvertently create aggression in our children and the individuals with whom we work. The volunteer who comes up is my friend Hope from Oakwood Academy in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

I recommend you put on the Closed Captioning by clicking on the little cc at the bottom of the video. I went through and corrected it, and since I talk quickly, it may really help to understand what I’m saying.

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