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Sunday, October 2 • 9:45am - 11:00am
Introduction to the neurodiversity paradigm and neuroqueer theory

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Given the high prevalence of ADHD and Autism within the LGBTQ+ population, there is a need to understand how these identities intersect. This workshop will provide participants with an introduction to the neurodiversity paradigm and neuroqueer theory. By providing an alternative to the medical model of understanding ADHD and Autism, this workshop will provide an avenue for considering ADHD and autism as social identities which can be positively integrated into a person’s identity. This workshop will review practices families can incorporate to affirm the integration of neuroqueer identities. Furthermore, this workshop will highlight particular stressors neuroqueer children and youth experience and provide strategies for supporting common issues such as: sensory sensitivities, alexithymia and interoception issues.


Rebecca Minor (she/her)

Rebecca Minor, MSW, LICSW is a queer, Jewish consultant and clinician specializing in the intersection of trauma, gender, and sexuality. As a Gender Specialist, Rebecca partners with trans and gender-nonconforming youth through their journey of becoming, and is a guide to their... Read More →

Megan Anna Neff

Dr. Megan Anna Neff is currently a psychology resident in private practice where they specializes in working with neurodivergent adults and provides neurodivergent affirming assessments. They are a parent to two neurodivergent children and in an inter-neuro partnership. They are... Read More →

Sunday October 2, 2022 9:45am - 11:00am PDT
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