A Spectrum of Possibilities: Strategies for Working Flexibly with ASD Clients
This article was written by Diane Yapko and originally published in the Family Therapy Magazine (May/June 2008). Diane is a speech-language pathologist and has worked with children on the autism spectrum for 30 years. This article focuses on four common strategies that are effective in working with this population.
Working Hypnotically with Children on the Autism Spectrum
This is a book chapter, written by Diane Yapko, addressing the use of hypnosis within the context of working with children on the autism spectrum. Initially published in Italian in L’ipnosi con i bambini e gli adolescenti (Edited by Maria Luara Fasciana and published by FrancoAngeli, Milano Italy). It will also be published in English at a later date.
Do You See the Forest or the Tree?
This a chapter in George Burns’ edited book, Happiness, Healing, Enhancement: Your casebook collection for applying positive psychology in therapy. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2010).In this chapter, I address how positive psychology influences my work with children on the spectrum. The entire book are case examples of such influence in therapy.