Psychology Blog

Mr. B is a congenial, likable, conscientious, hard-working, middle-aged man, married and the father of two lively children. He serves on the board of a local non-profit, is often asked to speak at fundraising events, is the star of his … Read more

The simple answer to this question is, no. Asperger’s is not like heart disease or diabetes or similar physical conditions that can deteriorate over time. People are born with Asperger’s, and while the condition itself can change with time and … Read more

If you are a neurodiverse couple seeking help with your relationship what can you expect to happen in the therapy process? First, keep in mind that the process will depend upon the unique circumstances of your relationship; your therapist’s training, … Read more

Asperger’s syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder. This means the behaviors we associate with Asperger’s are present at the earliest stages of life. For the most part, they are caused by problems in the growth and development of the brain or … Read more

There is from the start an extreme autistic aloneness that whenever possible disregards, ignores, shuts out anything that comes to the (person) from outside. Leo Kanner, “Autistic Disturbances of Affective Contact”   Ultimately, lonely people are not actually interested in … Read more

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