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How To Protect Kids Against Bullying

By Amy Cleator, Provisional Psychologist Children and young people with ASD typically report higher rates of victimization and bullying than their typically developing (TD) peers.  For many young people with…

Ally Kingston: A Raven in a World of Crows

When Tony and Michelle were in Oxford, UK, in January, they were privileged to present with the Autism Oxford Speakers. Presenting her debut speech for Autism Oxford was Ally Kingston,…

Exploring a Diagnosis of ADHD and ASD

By Toneya Ashby, Psychologist Individuals on the Autism Spectrum often present with additional diagnoses, which are referred to as co-morbidities. One of the most common co-morbid diagnoses for an individual…

7 Habits Than Can Damage a Relationship

By Sonya Blandford, Psychologist Both choice theory and reality therapy were created by Dr William Glasser, a Psychologist.  A chief tenet of choice theory is that, while people are ultimately…

Sibling Influences on Theory of Mind

By Amy Cleator, Provisional Psychologist Theory of Mind (ToM) can be defined as the ability to understand that people (including self and others) have thoughts, beliefs, desires and emotions, which…