Marshall Lyles, LPC-S, LMFT-S, RPT-S, EMDRIA Approved Consultant
Unpacking Neurodiversity and Ableism Study Group for Healers
Robert Jason Grant and Marshall Lyles
In the 25 years since it was coined, the term “neurodiversity” has come to describe a wonderfully complicated set of beliefs. Our collective understanding of neurodiversity-related concepts holds varied, and sometimes intense, opinions and emotions. With all the potential inclusivity offered by the movement to embrace the umbrella of processing differences among humans, we still have to unshackle ourselves from ableist entrenchment in order to fully embrace the freedom offered by an understanding of neurodiverse ideals. This 3-day, in person study group for healers will address these concepts and provide opportunities for exploration through experiential activities and guided dialogue.
April 25-27, 2024 (9 am - 4:30 pm daily with 1.5 hour lunch break)
The Workshop, 300 Allen St., Austin, TX 78702
Who Should Attend:
Healers (all neurotypes) who work in a variety of settings serving neurodivergent children and adults which may include (but is not limited to) educators, mental health practitioners, medical professionals, case managers, clergy, etc.
This small group experience will be made up of 16 people. The $550 fee includes 3 days of guided study, facilitated dialogue and experiential exercises as well as a virtual follow up meeting. All materials are included. Snacks will be provided, which include continental breakfast items. Lodging and other meals are on your own.
No continuing education hours are provided for this study group but a certificate of attendance will be provided.
No refunds are guaranteed. If a replacement for your spot is secured, a refund minus a $50 administrative fee may be offered.
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