Jodi Carlton - Autism Expert and Relationship Coach
AND HOW OTHERS HAVE FOUND FREEDOM
Why is it SO hard to have a basic conversation?
Does it feel like it you're speaking different languages?
I'll you know how to be heard.
Most neurotypical partners yearn for a connection with their spectrum partner that they can't seem to get. And most men on the spectrum
How do you develop "closeness" or "intimacy" in a Spectrum Relationship?
Some relationships can thrive with expert help while others simply can't.
Find out if yours has potential.
My 20 years of experience as a licensed therapist plus over 10 years in the area of autism and adult autism spectrum relationships is something that other coaches and therapists just don't have.
My unique Spectrum Relationship coaching program is helping women finally gain clarity and make choices in their relationship that no other resource has provided.
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(All sessions are virtual and conducted via videoconference or phone.)
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 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 relationship with SOME men on the autism spectrum!
Unfortunately, it's just not possible with others who don't have the capacity to bond or connect. When you are in the middle of a relationship, it's virtually impossible to know the difference - that's why you need me.
Traditional counseling won't help you and can actually make things worse because those models weren't designed for autism spectrum relationships (I know - I'm a licensed counselor).
I understand that you really need help knowing if a fulfilling relationship is even possible for you, and if it IS.....HOW?!
"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!!"
Jodi Carlton, a licensed therapist for 20 years, explains why...
*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.
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