IN THIS WEEK’S EPISODE:
(29 mins) In this episode, hosts Katherine Cody, Psy.D. and Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS speak with Jaime Black, Psy.D.. Dr. Black is a NYS licensed clinical psychologist who has offices in NYC and Westchester. She specializes in working with teens and adults with autism spectrum disorders and related conditions. She works with people individually, in dyads, and in groups, and also offers “out in the real world” sessions run by graduate students under her supervision. Dr. Black’s main area of specialty lies in helping people with social awareness and cognition, and the building of social skills. She utilizes a cognitive-behavioral approach and includes various techniques, including improv exercises, in her sessions and her groups. The three discuss Dr. Black’s methods for helping people with autism develop social skills, and share strategies for improving social relationships and getting unstuck from the emotional baggage of past failures.
Spectrumly Speaking is the podcast dedicated to women on the autism spectrum, produced by Different Brains®. Every two weeks join our hosts Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS (a Life Coach, Certified Autism Specialist, and Autism advocate that is herself on the spectrum) and Katherine Cody, Psy.D. (a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in people on the autism spectrum) as they discuss topics and news stories, share personal stories, and interview some of the most fascinating voices from the autism community.
For more information about Dr. Cody, visit: spectrumpsychservices.com
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Spectrumly Speaking is the podcast dedicated to women on the autism spectrum, produced by Different Brains®. Every other week, join our hosts Haley Moss (an autism self-advocate, attorney, artist, and author) and Dr. Lori Butts (a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist, and licensed attorney) as they discuss topics and news stories, share personal stories, and interview some of the most fascinating voices from the autism community.