Minding Autistic Minds- a guide to mental health for Autistic Adults

This is course is a recording of our Minding Autistic Minds Conference which took place April 2024 with phenomenal success.

This course is designed for professionals who support Autistic adults: from (mental) health professionals and educators to HR personnel and social workers, this conference is tailored to address the pressing issue of Autistic mental health and well-being. Gain first-hand insights and a practical skillset.

It would also be helpful to Autistic adults who want to learn more about themselves and parents of Autistic adults also.

It includes:

3.5 hours of video content

Access to presenter slides

 39.00

Did you know that…

… 80% of Autistics struggle with anxiety?
… 60% of Autistics are affected by depression? … 36% of Autistics meet the criteria for PTSD?

Our community is in crisis. Be part of the solution!

Together, let’s tackle the mental health crisis faced by Autistic adults and children.

Autistic mental health is the critical topic of discussion in this course. During our neuro-affirming talks, we will highlight the need for significant improvements in services, schools, colleges and workplaces. Learn how you can make a significant difference in Autistic people’s lives today.

This is course is a recording of our Minding Autistic Minds Conference which took place April 2024

This course is designed for professionals who support Autistic adults: from (mental) health professionals and educators to HR personnel and social workers, this conference is tailored to address the pressing issue of Autistic mental health and well-being. Gain first-hand insights and a practical skillset.

It would also be helpful to Autistic adults who want to learn more about themselves and parents of Autistic adults also.

Presenters: 

Evaleen Whelton- opening

Eoin Stephens – Autistic Mental Health & Wellbeing: Towards a Clearer Vision and New Language

Katie Kerley- Autistic Advocacy: The Collective Strength of Allies

Kieran Rose- Marginalisation, Masking and Mental Health in Adulthood

Jessica K Doyle – Exploring Perception: Sensory is so much more than you think it is

Max Whelan- Lived experience by member of the non-speaking community