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Understanding Emotion Regulation in Autism

This webinar shines a spotlight on one of the most crucial aspects of supporting individuals on the autism spectrum: emotion regulation. Presented by TDCC and featuring the esteemed BCBA Supervisor Eva Szulyovszky from Hungary, this session delves into the complex world of emotional dysregulation in autism, offering insights, strategies, and support mechanisms. As we gather in celebration of Autism Acceptance and Awareness Month, this webinar aims to empower parents, educators, and advocates with knowledge and tools to better assist those with autism in navigating their emotional landscapes.

Webinar Objectives:

1. Participants will gain a deep understanding of what emotional dysregulation looks like in individuals with autism, including its common signs and the impact it has on daily life. This foundational knowledge is crucial for recognizing and addressing the emotional needs of those on the spectrum.

2. Attendees will learn to recognize the early signs of emotional dysregulation in individuals with autism. This objective is key to providing timely support and preventing potential escalation of emotional distress.

3. The webinar will introduce participants to practical and effective strategies for helping individuals with autism regulate their emotions. These strategies will include both behavioral interventions and cognitive-behavioral techniques tailored to meet the unique needs of those on the spectrum.

4. Participants will learn how to create and maintain environments that support emotional regulation. This includes strategies for minimizing environmental triggers of emotional dysregulation and tips for promoting a sense of security and routine.

5. The session aims to equip attendees with the knowledge to advocate for individuals with autism and to implement inclusive practices in educational and social settings. This objective underscores the importance of community and societal support in enhancing the well-being of those on the spectrum.

By the end of this webinar, participants will have a comprehensive understanding of emotion regulation in autism and will be equipped with the tools to make a positive difference in the lives of individuals on the autism spectrum. 

About the Speaker:

Understanding Emotion Regulation in Autism 4Eva Szulyovszky is a distinguished BCBA Supervisor at TDCC’s ABA Therapy Services. With a rich background in behavioral science, Eva holds over two decades of experience in enhancing the lives of children with learning challenges through advanced ABA interventions. She earned a BCBA certification from Pennsylvania State University and a Master’s in Child Psychology, supplemented by doctoral studies in Clinical Child Psychology. Eva’s global impact is underscored by her leadership roles in various therapy centers adapting evidence-based practices for holistic child development. She is a member of the International Behavior Analysis Organization and a pioneer in the field, Eva’s multicultural expertise and commitment to professional excellence make her an inspiring figure in addressing the complexities of autism and emotion regulation.

Join us to enhance your skills, deepen your understanding, and contribute to building a more inclusive and supportive community.

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