Online Skill Building for LifeMAP Coaches and APCA Members – Grief and Neurodiversity, 2/23/24, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM ET
This workshop will look at the ways that grief and neurodiversity intersect, and how people can support themselves and others through both.
Carolyn Jenkins is a Teacher and Autism Consultant that has been working with neurodivergent populations for nearly 40 years. She has specialized in working with people with autism, but has also worked with a wide range of neurodiversity. Carolyn was widowed in 2016, and has subsequently supported others who have been widowed. She is the Regional Group Leader Coordinator – West for Soaring Spirits, International, and is a presenter at Camp Widow. Carolyn is also neurodiverse, herself, having been diagnosed with ADHD as an adult.
This event is open to LifeMAP coaches and APCA members.
Advanced registration is required. Email to [email protected] to register. After you have registered, a confirmation email is sent with a link to attend the program. Registrants who do not receive the confirmation email should check their email spam folder.
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