July PDSG Presentation – “Well Being, Peer support and Self-Identity” by Dr Catriona Stewart


Thank you to Dr Catriona Stewart from the Scottish Women’s Autism Network, for her wonderful presentation on “Well Being, Peer support and Self-Identity”, given to our July Post-Diagnostic Support Group meeting.
 
For those of you who missed our July PDSG, the recording is available to watch below.
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2 comments on “July PDSG Presentation – “Well Being, Peer support and Self-Identity” by Dr Catriona Stewart
  1. Corina Chladek says:

    Missed the first part, so glad I can watch it here now. What a great presentation – autism is – well in a nutshell: very sensitive nervous system.. and therefore operating in a society which is so loud and also overwhelming, this is what is disabling.. The Middle Path would be best, yes.. I love that empathy is being seen as a two way process. Masking as survival strategy, so true. And it is connected to shame.. and fear of judgement.

  2. Linda Buchan says:

    Thank you for taking the time to comment

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