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REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 2020. In this in-depth interventions self-study training, you'll earn 6.5 hours of CEU credit and learn how to confidently and effectively teach your young clients on the spectrum new skills ranging from pre-academics to play and self-care. ALSO AVAILABLE LIVE IN ASHEVILLE, NC


GRAB YOUR SPOT NOW for the next live training in January 2020! We go way beyond sensory and behavior. You'll learn an autism-specific process that helps you generate more effective interventions every time.

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NOT CURRENTLY ENROLLING. In this two-hour mini training, you'll learn how to effectively teach your clients with autism to play with toys and with each other. (This content is also included in the full LPT Approach to Autism course.)

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NOW ENROLLING! In this 1.5 hour mini training, you'll learn how to effectively use object exchange and picture exchange to teach your clients with autism how to ask for what they want and need.

5 Essential Autism Strategies Every OT Should Know

Become a more effective therapist by learning these 5 strategies most OTs aren't yet using

From the Blog

January 17, 2020

We all want to show up to work feeling more confident. Check out my latest video for a few concrete things you can do to help you get there.

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January 16, 2020

If we approach our work with a set of cookie-cutter interventions, we will quickly hit a wall. We will find ourselves presenting the same activities to each of our clients regardless of their needs, strengths, interests, and emerging skills. And we’ll find that increasingly we are met with resistance from our clients, and seemingly left to rely more and more on behavioral strategies like rewards, reinforcers, and withholding p...

November 11, 2019

In either of these scenarios, did the child learn a new skill to help them cope with the demands of daily life? Did you build your trust and your relationship?  Did the child’s own goals become more aligned with the goals you have for him? The answer to all of these questions is probably no. But the good news is, we don’t have to choose between getting stuck in power struggles or offering incentives to get things done. We als...

September 17, 2019

In these four videos you'll learn how and why to use an autism-specific behavior problem solving process.

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