Asperger’s and Autism: How Empathy Can Contribute

Asperger’s and Autism: How Empathy Can Contribute


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IPNB and Empathy Teleseminar in July, Tuesday evening 7/25 at 7pm Pacific time: Asperger’s and Autism: How Empathy Can Contribute (90 minutes with optional 30 min q&a afterwards)

Have you ever wondered about empathy and the asperger’s/autism spectrum? If you are anything like me, you have had sweet and deep experiences of empathy with folks who identify as being on the spectrum. And then we hear about research showing various impacts of the spectrum affecting the
social circuitry. How can these two things be possible? What is the latest research into asperger’s/autism revealing? People have been asking me for this teleseminar for the last four years, and here we finally are
– join me on July 25 to explore what scientists have been discovering, and how empathy fits into the picture.

Led by Sarah Peyton. $20 per drop-in (and/or recording of) phone session, one session monthly, 7-8:30 p.m. Pacific time, upcoming sessions on:

• August 8 (Safety: How to Claim it With Resonant Empathy)
• September 12 (Glial Cells, Memory, Brain Fitness and Empathy)
• October 24 (Addiction, Habits and Free Will: Empathy for Choice and
Decision Fatigue, with a nod to the Basal Ganglia)
• November 28 (Power and Privilege: The Neurobiology of Status and Group
• December 19 (FREE telecall –empathy time traveling into the future for
• January 30 (The IPNB of Relaxation: How to Find our Way to Ease)
• February 27 (The Right Hemisphere: Home of Empathy)
• March 27 (Money and Empathy)
• April 17 (The Shadow: IPNB and Empathy)
• May 29 (Guilt, Shame, Innocence, Loyalty and Belonging)
• June 26 (Intuition: Supporting Knowing Presence with Empathy and Research)
• July (Exchaustion, Chronic Fatigue and the Hypothalamus: what can
Empathy Bring?)
• August (The Writer’s Mind: The Importance of Empathy and Neuroscience)


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