AND HAVE DIFFERENT KINDS OF CHALLENGES
Jodi Carlton - Autism Relationship Specialist
Does it feel like you're speaking different languages?
We'll teach you why it's SO hard to have a basic conversation.
AND...how to listen and BE HEARD.
Neurotypical partners often yearn for a connection with their spectrum partner that they can't seem to get.
Autistic partners often feel pressured to meet expectations that are way out of their comfort zone.
We'll help you find common ground.
Discovering that your partner (or you) may be on the spectrum usually results in a host of emotions and questions...
We will help you make sense of it all and get some clear answers about the future of your relationship.
AND WE'VE GOT THEM FOR YOU
J.M - Autistic spouse
R.L. - Neurotypical spouse
R. T.. - Neurotypical spouse
A. P. - Autistic Spouse
C. M. - Neurotypical Spouse
I'll show you how to understand and be understood
👉 WHY: Never-ending cycles of communication that turn into painful confusion and conflict result in:
💥💥 Learn WHAT is REALLY causing the communication break-down, and HOW to FIX it.
Communication can be broken down into FOUR STAGES.
👉 You will discover and begin implementing these stages which will lead to:
😁 Relationship Safety
👉 WHO: Individuals and couples in Spectrum Relationships. This not just for "couples."
FULL CURRICULUM of:
We have decades of combined experience as therapists focusing on adult autism spectrum relationships. This is something that other coaches and therapists just don't have.
Our unique coaching program is helping men and women finally gain clarity and make choices in their relationship that no other resource has provided.
Don't just survive in a bad relationship!
- determine if one of you is actually on the autism spectrum
- discern the true potential of your relationship
You've found your way here, so that tells me you are confused and hurting.
Maybe you don't even know much about the autism spectrum, and you're pretty scared - because a lot of what you've read is daunting. Or maybe you've known about autism for a while, but you're worn out.
I understand you. I've been there, myself.
I've met countless men and women who are in relationships like yours. You are my people, and I'm here to help.
I want you to know that it IS POSSIBLE to have a satisfying, and fulfilling, autism spectrum relationship....
Traditional counseling hasn't helped you though. It has probably made things worse because those models weren't designed for autism spectrum relationships. I know - I was trained as a therapist, and worked as a licensed counselor for twenty years.
Unfortunately, some of you will not have success in your relationships, though, and it's really critical to figure out if you have a chance of making it work.
I understand that YOU REALLY NEED HELP knowing if a fulfilling relationship is even possible for you, and if it IS.....HOW?!
...and THAT is why I founded Spectrum Relationships.
Our other autism relationship specialist and coach
"Wow, I honestly feel like a different person. I am gaining confidence and taking control of my happiness, my future, and my family. "
"I have been lost for years and didn’t know where to find help. I’ve got that now thanks to you."
"This is unlike other coaching/counseling I have had and feel that it has been very productive."
"I finally feel like there is some direction to work towards."
"My wife and I thought I had Asperger's and it turns out I don't. You helped us figure that out and fix the issues in our relationship that were actually causing us problems. "
"Your advice is already paying dividends in just a few weeks. Thank you so much!!"
Let me explain why...
We want to hear from you!
*The diagnostic term for "Asperger's" was replaced with "Autism - Mild/Level 1" in 2013 by the American Psychiatric Association in the publication of the DSM-5. Many clinicians and individuals also reference it as "High Functioning Autism." We use all of these terms interchangeably on this site.
In order to help me, and my staff, provide the best response possible, please share a little bit about yourself.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Jodi and the Spectrum Support Team