This is an asynchronous webinar, a recording of a live event.
Julie Burke, LPC explores the world of working with queer individuals who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities--particularly Autism Spectrum Disorders. Participants will gain a better understanding of working with people with differing abilities through this experiential training becoming better equipped to work with this population.
- At the conclusion, participants will gain insight on developmental and intellectual disabilities, particularly DSM criteria/impairments and comorbid disorders
- Understand social and emotional struggles queer individuals may experience and effective interventions to support them
- Be provided with counseling strategies to support family members of individuals with developmental disabilities
Julie Burke, LPC is a therapist based in Austin, Texas. Julie helps people explore authenticity, vulnerability, and connection. She has extensive experience in working with youth and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Starting as a tutor for an adolescent with autism in her Sophomore year in college sparked a passion that led Julie to work in-home with special needs adults and graduate school where she achieved her Master's Degree in mental health counseling and becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Texas.
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Queer Talks Part 3: Queering the Spectrum with Julie Burke, LPC
1.5 Asynchronous CEUs provided upon completion of the webinar, quiz, and course evaluation.
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