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Do you think your child might have autism?

 

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Jodi L. Carlton, LPC, M.Ed.

Jodi L. Carlton, LPC, M.Ed.

Licensed Professional Counselor, Autism Consultant

Jodi is a professional with over 15 years experience in behavioral health, but she is also the mother of a child with autism, and a son with epilepsy.  Both of her children have sensory processing disorder, as well.  Learn more about Jodi and how her personal experiences combined with her professional training put her in a unique position to help other families dealing with autism spectrum disorders.

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Jodi Carlton, LPC, - Helping Hearts Counseling

Licensed Professional Counselor, Autism Specialist
Jodi Carlton, LPC, - Helping Hearts Counseling
Jodi Carlton, LPC, - Helping Hearts Counseling shared Aspie Spot - Jodi Carlton, LPC - Helping Hearts Counseling's post.Thursday, September 21st, 2017 at 10:17am
Great article about how children with Asperger's (now called high functioning autism) have to learn so much more in a days work than others (and refers to social skills as a separate curriculum). This contributes to increased stress, exhaustion, being overwhelmed, and ultimately those big melt downs in after school programs or when they get home.
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Jodi Carlton, LPC, - Helping Hearts CounselingTuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 11:48am
This is a good article about Accelerated Resolution Therapy, a treatment for trauma that is being used by the military for veterans, but is helpful for many types of trauma. I'm trained in this and have seen some powerful healing with clients who have painful experiences such as abuse and sexual trauma. Contact me if you have questions and are ready to heal. Don't keep suffering...
https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/accelerated-resolution-therapy-art-quick-fix-for-ptsd-0301175
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Jodi Carlton, LPC, - Helping Hearts Counseling shared Harper Therapy, Lutz, FL.'s post.Sunday, September 3rd, 2017 at 8:24am
Great rule to follow!
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Jodi Carlton, LPC, - Helping Hearts CounselingTuesday, August 15th, 2017 at 2:09pm
I don't typically recommend non-clinical websites and tests, but if you want to have fun, you can try out: www.my-personality-test.com It is based on the Myers Briggs personality types and was accurate for what has always been true for me when I've been tested with the actual Myers Briggs assessment tool. Enjoy!!
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Jodi Carlton, LPC, - Helping Hearts Counseling shared Aspie Spot - Jodi Carlton, LPC - Helping Hearts Counseling's post.Friday, August 11th, 2017 at 11:54am
If you or your spouse/significant other thinks you may have traits of Asperger's/High Functioning Autism, check out this study at Harvard!
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Jodi Carlton, LPC, - Helping Hearts CounselingSunday, July 30th, 2017 at 10:34am
Parents of teens! Here is a great resource for teenagers. This recently launched website by KidsPeace not only has interactive articles about a huge variety of teen topics, but teens can submit hotline type questions to trained therapists who respond with advice and support. These are published so other teens can read them which is useful because most kids deal with similar struggles.

www.teencentral.com