Working with Neurodivergent Clients using the Autism Dialogue Approach Workshop Series with Jonny Drury and Kate Salinsky

This short course will show you how to experience processes of embodied communication, gain skills...

Last updated 3 May 2024

This short course will show you how to experience processes of embodied communication, gain skills in alternative communication and meet neurodivergent individuals where they are.

Course Content

Working with Neurodivergent Clients using the Autism Dialogue Approach Workshop Series with Jonny Drury and Kate Salinsky

Presenter

Jonny Drury

Jonny is an informal researcher, coach and dialogue facilitator, influenced by a life of Eastern and Western disciplines including in contemporary fine arts, dialogue and spiritual practice. After a diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome he trained in Coaching and Autism studies, then formulated the Autism Dialogue Approach® and Mindfulness for Autism (M4A).

Dialogic Action CIC was founded by a team of autistic people, academics, philosophers, coaches and third-sector experts, who believe generative dialogue is a framework for moving beyond individual consciousness into an emergent wholeness, and the key to a more harmonious existence.

Kate Salinsky

Kate Salinsky is co-founder and co-facilitator at Dialogic Action CIC, where she also co-designs and manages training. She has a master’s in Autism, is a trainer at the National Autism Trainer Programme (NHS/Anna Freud Centre/AT-Autism) and parent to a neurodivergent child. Previously, Kate worked as a training manager and counsellor in the voluntary sector for over 20 years, managing a team of trainers to design and deliver accredited training to people working in substance misuse, counselling and mediation.