Nuerodiversity: Women on the Spectrum

Nuerodiversity: Women on the Spectrum
6 mag 2024 · 1 h 10 min. 57 sec.

Join Kristin and Robin Tate as they talk about what being Neurodiverse means and how to navigate relationships while on this incredible spectrum! About Robin Tate: I am a trained...

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Join Kristin and Robin Tate as they talk about what being Neurodiverse means and how to navigate relationships while on this incredible spectrum!

About Robin Tate:

I am a trained Coach with ten years of teaching experience. As a Neurodivergent woman, I have a lifetime of personal and professional experiences with Autistic/ADHD/AuDHD adults and neurodiverse relationships. This foundation of lived experience and professional knowledge has shaped my unique coaching/education practice. My work is trauma-informed, strength-based, and person-centered. I am passionate about educating and helping couples build safe, inclusive homes where each person can be authentic.  If you’re working with me be ready to grow and reach your unique life and couple's goals. It's a privilege to help my high-achieving Neurodivergent clients accommodate and break through their obstacles. 

As a life-long learner I am always looking for opportunities to enhance my strengths.  I hold a Master of Arts in Counseling and a Master of Science in Reading. I am credentialed as a Board Certified Coach (BCC), Associate Certified Coach (ACC), and Certified Autism Specialist (CAS). With a focus on Autistic individuals and their relationships, I trained with The Association for Autism & Neurodiversity (AANE). I hold AANE certifications as an "AsperCoach" and a Neurodiverse Couples Coach. I am a UCLA PEERS "Certified Young Adult Provider." I have also trained with JST Coaching Training, The Professional Christian Coaching Institute (PCCI), and The International Association of Neurodiverse Christian Couples. I have completed Gottman Level 1 and 2 training. 
Life's too short to be unhappy, unsure, or unfulfilled. I am here to help my clients co-create goals, build awareness, and develop the tools (executive function, communication, regulation, etc.) necessary to achieve success. I look forward to helping you learn and create better ways to handle the challenges standing in your way.

https://www.robintatellc.com/
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ND Counselor

1 mese fa

You are absolutely right! I was being very shaming and I’m embarrassed. Please forgive me. Everyone should be able to share their mental health experiences without judgement from people. I will endeavor to be a better listener and counselor in the future.
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Jack Walkerman

1 mese fa

I wish my wife could have heard this one. We tried dipping our toe into the Autism world but found people, especially the counselors and “coaches” to be arbiters of correction over everything we said rather than being welcomed into the community. This was a rare and honest conversation that the people in the Autism community especially those who purport to be allies, should really think on. No one wants to share their journey only to be chastised by said community for honesty sharing their personal experiences and understandings of their own journey.
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Karen Stroner

1 mese fa

That was really refreshing. You don’t often get to hear the ins and outs of the late diagnosis journey regarding Autism and ADHD. Thank you for sharing and I think my hubs (Late diagnosis Autism) and I would benefit from working with this coach!
Stephanie Holmes

Stephanie Holmes

1 mese fa

As a former mental health practitioner and certified autism specialist, I really like this candid non scripted discussion. Many podcasts focus solely on the NT point of view. I did not find it judgmental but raw and authentic and opening up good discussion points. We all hear things differently I suppose!
MHNRN, LLC

MHNRN, LLC

1 mese fa

How funny your response. We were warned that the Autism community can be very harsh and critical. You have proven that to be correct. First, this is an individual talking about their own journey and they have every right to speak with the knowledge they have at this moment in their neurodivergence journey timeline. Shaming her and the host about how and what they say is unfortunate for you. Spend more time listening and less time judging other people’s shared journey. The more you shame people, the more they will retreat from speaking for fear of further judgement. Stop. This is not how you were trained we hope since you state you are a counselor.
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ND Counselor

1 mese fa

As someone who has worked with both neurodiverse and neurotypical people over the years of my counseling practice, I found this episode to be sadly biased... PRO neurodiverse and ANTI neurotypical. I am stunned that someone who claims to be knowledgeable bout mental health would say (several times) that neurodiverse people are "kinder" than neurotypical people. Though this may be the host's personal life experience, to broadcast such a judgmental opinion on a show that seeks to make mental health information available to many in need is irresponsible and not very... KIND. Maybe post an apology or disclaimer to protect those who listen and are not yet so prejudiced.
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