I have spent a wonderful day today at Geneva Centre for Autism's Symposium 2016 (#autism2016). It was wonderful because I got to reconnect with so many previous colleagues who have each gone in interesting directions, and some still doing fantastic work for Geneva Centre. It was wonderful because I started the day off on a plane with a gorgeous sunrise and a brisk walk from the airport to the conference. It was wonderful because I was sharing some of my work, and chatting with those who are in the field is always so rewarding for me. It was wonderful because I see self-reg everywhere, and it has literally had me grinning ear to ear ALL DAY LONG. For me, this is the culmination of the "Year of Reframing". What have I reframed? Here are a few examples.
How do YOU reframe? Drop me a line - I'd love to share ideas with you.
Casey Burgess has a B.Sc.in Psychology, an M.A. in Education (Curriculum and Instruction), and a Ph.D. in progress in Education (Cognition and Learning). She has 20 years experience with direct service, curriculum development, workshop facilitation, and supervisory experience supporting children who have Autism Spectrum Disorders, and their families. She currently frames her work using a developmental, relationship-based, self-regulation lens.