So this book is a great introduction to how individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are affected by sexuality exploration, sexual offenses and the ramifications of therapists practicing outside of their scope.
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Guest Post by Elijah Irving I remember, vaguely, the first time I saw this movie. I may have been twelve or fourteen years old at the time. The only memory I had was of the last scene where Michael cuddles next to Jasmine around a fire pit with pornography films engulfed in flames. Obviously, at […]
Guest Post by Elijah Irving This article, in conjunction with the others, in Using Superheroes and Villains in Counseling and Play Therapy by Lawrence C. Rubin, has a useful analysis of why the utilization of superheroes and villains could be beneficial in addiction treatment. Essentially, it is Narrative Therapy, which Smith & Kirby eloquently preface […]
Guest Post by Elijah Irving I have always been a bit of a superhero geek (more antihero) growing up. Being a fan of the mainstream Batman, Superman, X-Men etc. enlightened me as a child to what a “good person” does. As I got older, I realized that you have be careful about who you attempt […]
Guest Post by Elijah Irving I have always been interested in the concept of masculinity and the ramifications men and women face from our conceptions of it. As we learn more, concepts change, and often people are reluctant to change if it effects their perception or lifestyle critically. In Contemporary Male Sexuality: Confronting Myths and […]