“The Autistic Survival Guide to Therapy” – A Guests Perspective

This is not a book review, because Linda wrote a wonderful review which made me curious to read Steph Jones’s book;

“The Autistic Survival Guide to Therapy” and I want to strongly recommend it. 

As someone very late diagnosed (at the age of  60) with ASD I have been through the mill many many times, being sent from one therapist (or Veronica as Steph calls them) to another to another etc. 

What Steph writes about so eloquently, with great feeling and knowledge , describes a huge part of my adult life. 

It has been both cathartic and vindicating for me to have read this and I’m so grateful to Steph for all her work and insight in producing this really unique and remarkable book. 

My partner has also read it, and it has helped him to understand why I didn’t “get better” with therapy, in fact quite the opposite.

Helen Jones
Guest Contributor

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2 comments on ““The Autistic Survival Guide to Therapy” – A Guests Perspective
  1. Linda Buchan says:

    Steph would like to pass on her thanks to you Helen
    She would very much like to meet you and of course everyone else at PDSG when her work schedule allows it

    • Helen Jones says:

      Oh it would be really wonderful to meet Steph; I do hope she is able to come along to the PDSG at some point.
      Thank you very much Linda.

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