Wednesday, July 12
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Pacific Autism Family Centre
3688 Cessna Drive
UBC Faculty of Education, Department of Education and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education
Individuals with autism often struggle with managing anxiety, anger, or depression, and increasingly, interventions are being used to help address these difficulties. These treatments are best provided within a context of supporting families and healthy environments. This lecture will review the evidence for individual, family, and community interventions.
The presentation is suited for parents, professionals, and students.