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Autism and Exposure Anxiety Workshop – by Paul Isaacs

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Join our Ambassador Paul Isaacs, Autism Advocate, Speaker, Trainer and Consultant on Tuesday 23rd November to learn more about Autism and Exposure Anxiety.

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Who is this workshop for?

  • People who have a PDA Profile
  • People who have ODD or Reactive Attachment Disorder
  • People who find direct confrontational approach difficult/unmanageable
  • People who have other co-existing anxiety disorders
  • Professionals in the fields of education, psychology/physiatry, therapists, parents and people on the autism

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About Paul

Paul Isaacs is an autistic trainer, speaker, consultant and blogger. He has co-authored several books including Life through a Kaleidoscope and Living through the Haze. Paul was branded as a “naughty & difficult child” at school. He was classically autistic and non-verbal due to speech articulation difficulties. He had complex sensory issues and appeared both deaf and blind. He gained functional speech around the age of 7 or 8 years old.

Paul went through the mainstream school system with no additional help or recognition of his autism. Consequently, he did not achieve his academic or his social potential and had very low self-esteem. At age 11, Paul was referred to the children’s mental health service with childhood depression where he was regarded as “developmentally underage” and having speech problems.

As an adult, Paul had a string of unsuccessful jobs, and his mental health suffered. He developed both Borderline and Schizotypal Personality Disorders in early 2007. He was referred to mental health services and misdiagnosed with “Asperger traits with a complex personality”, which did not satisfy Paul or his family.

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