Monthly Archives: March 2015

Advocating for Evidence Based Practices in ASD

Advocating for Evidence Based Practices in Autism Spectrum Disorder Our UCSD Autism Research Seminar this morning featured Connie Wong PhD, first author on the report Evidence Based Practices for Children, Youth, and Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  It’s free … Continue reading

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Recognizing Hate

I am deeply troubled by the problem of helping people understand the existence of hate and brutality of totalitarian regimes and intolerant despots.   The Orphan Master’s Son, a novel by Adam Johnson may help – it depicts the horrific … Continue reading

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Profectum Success!

We just finished the Profectum conference in Pasadena, which was really great in so many ways including a big boost for advocacy for Parent Choice for Evidence Based Practices. The conference content itself included excellent talks about sensory, motor, and … Continue reading

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On DIR and ‘Developmental-Behavioral’ Approaches to Intervention

It’s true: the central research in the field that is moving toward our work is not enamored enough of nor impressed enough by DIR to mention us. Perhaps a lot of that is because these researchers were ‘raised’ as behaviorists, … Continue reading

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