Emotional processing differences in the autism population with Dr Anna Robinson from the University of Strathclyde

Date: Thursday 30th January 

Time: 10am-12pm

HOPE for Autism are hosting on Emotional processing differences in the autism population with Dr Anna Robinson from the University of Strathclyde on Thursday 30th January, 10am to 12pm. This topic isn’t usually covered in any great detail within standard autism training despite being crucial to autistic peoples’ wellbeing and everyday functioning so a good opportunity to come along and learn something new. The talk will cover information on:

  • Exploring Emotional Processing Differences in Autism
  • Trauma-related Experiences 
  • Case Illustration of Working with Problem Anger

This is open to family members and people who work with/support autistic children and adults. Parents are invited to stay behind after the session for an informal question and answer follow-up session. Contact Leanne McNeill, 01236 771191, Leanne.mcneill@hopeforautism.org.uk for further details.