Attwood and Garnett: Girls and Women with Autism - London UK 18 January 2020



Attwood and Garnett: Girls and Women with Autism – London UK 18 January 2020


SUPER EARLY BIRD PRICE TIL 30th September, 2019

EARLY BIRD PRICE TIL 27th December, 2019

Saturday 18th January, 2020 – 9.30am – 4.00pm

In Person Venue:

Macmillan Hall, Senate House University of London, Malet St, London WC1E 7HU, United Kingdom

Live online streamed webcast:

This presentation will describe and celebrate the unique presentation of girls and women with autism (levels 1 and 2). It will increase awareness and knowledge of the female presentation of autism and share strategies we find useful in clinical practice, at home and school. We will address key challenges, including self-understanding, adolescence, relationships and expressing and managing emotions.

The presentation is for autistic teenage girls and women, parents, partners, and family members; psychologists, psychiatrists, GPs, paediatricians, specialist teacher ASC, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, social workers and counsellors.

To book for the Three Day Event Special – Girls and Women with Autism and 2 Day Master Class: Children and Adolescents with Autism Thursday 16th, Friday 17th & Saturday 18th January, 2020, please click HERE and select 3 DAY option from ADD TO CART section.

To book for the live streamed webcast, please click HERE.

To book for the 3 DAY EVENT SPECIAL ONLINE streamed webcast, please click HERE.

If you are unable to pay online, please download the registration form here and email to us.



Please Note: The quickest and easiest way to book is online. You may use EITHER a credit card or Paypal.

Online Live Attendance Information:

SDS Live Interactive Webcast:

SDS Seminars Ltd is the UK’s leading provider of Live Interactive Webcasts (LIW) in psychology and psychotherapy field. With LIW you are able to attend our events in real time from the comfort of your own home or office and watch them afterwards as a full recording.

SDS Live Interactive Webcast is not just a “live stream”. It brings you the latest benefits that the modern technology can offer in the field of distance training:

  1. Attend the webcast from anywhere in the world from the comfort of your own home
  2. Experience the seminar in real time through your laptop, tablet or PC screen
  3. Watch the presenter, their demonstrations and their PowerPoint slides on your screen
  4. Print the handouts in advance should you wish to keep a paper copy
  5. Ask the tutor your questions during the seminar and get them answered straightaway
  6. Engage in seminar exercises – confidential pair work is now available
  7. Join in live voting on questions raised during the day and see the results immediately
  8. Engage in a real time discussion with other delegates participating in the webcast
  9. Webcast booking includes 28 days of free access to the course recording
  10. All SDS courses are now available via the webcast or as an online training

To book for online attendance, please click HERE.

Discount: If you are a full-time student requiring a discount please apply and send in a photocopy of your Student ID Card or if you are facing hardship please send an email to apply.

If you are unable to pay online, please download the registration form here and email to us.

Prices include catering throughout the day.

For Cancellations: Up to 7 days notice payment will be refunded, minus a £50 administrative fee. At less than 7 days notice there will be no refund, but a credit note with Attwood and Garnett Events for future events, minus £50, will be issued. Attendance is fully transferable.

About the speakers

Prof. Tony Attwood PhD is an internationally recognised clinical psychologist and one of the world’s leading authorities on autism. His book Asperger’s Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals is an international bestseller and seminal in the field.


Dr Michelle Garnett PhD is a clinical psychologist and Founder and Director of Minds & Hearts, a clinic specialising in Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) in Australia. Michelle has co-authored four books on ASC. Her most recent book with Barb Cook is a seminal work on the female presentation, Spectrum Women: Walking to the Beat of Autism. She has co-authored three books with Tony on emotion management for children and adolescents.

Additional information

Please select ticket type

Professional, Parent / Person with Autism

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