Autism: Putting the Pieces Together

  • July 22, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • 5000 Bechelli Lane Suite 101 Redding, CA

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Friday, July 22, 2022

12:00-1:30 PM

Autism: Putting the Pieces Together

By: Erin Stidham, LMFT

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe DSM-5 diagnostic criteria of Autism Spectrum Disorder and the 3 levels.
  2. Understand rates of autism and how frequently it may impact your clients.
  3. Identify how and where to refer someone for assessment.
  4. Describe how to help the newly diagnosed individual or their family?
  5. Learn where to find additional resources for individuals, families, and you.

Bio:

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist & Co-Clinical Director at Creekside Counseling Center, Inc.

I obtained my BA in Psychology from National University in 2010. I worked with at risk teens, disabled teens and adults in group homes while beginning a degree in social work at University of Southern California. Life happened, and I switched gears from social work to counseling psychology. While working on my MA in Counseling Psychology at National University I worked for an elementary school district. I received some of my training as a therapist while volunteering through the Shasta County Office of Education. I started working at Creekside as a trainee in April 2015. I graduated from National with my master’s degree in the summer of 2015 and continued to work at Creekside as an intern and now as a licensed therapist since May 2018.

I work with kids from ages 3-18, adults, and even the occasional family or couple. I am Level 3 Triple P certified. I am trained in EMDR and TF-CBT. I have also received continuing education related to Self-regulation in children with Autism, Asperger’s, Sensory Processing Disorder & ADHD; Play therapy for children, adolescents and adults; Oppositional Defiant & Disruptive children and adolescents, and an introduction to DBT. I also work with a lot of mood disorders. I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and always working on various other trainings and certifications that involve trauma, autism, adhd, children, mood disorders, and my other interests.

I come from a largish family and grew up in Shasta County. I graduated from Shasta High and Shasta College. I am a happily married mother of four. We also have three dogs, three cats, and two bearded dragons. I love being outdoors, playing board and card games, listening to music, and I have an affinity for sci-fi and fantasy. 

The best part about my job is the opportunity to watch people grow and heal. It’s a journey not a race. 

*1 Free CE Provided for Members by RRC CAMFT Approval # 50119, Non Members can pay $10

*Course Completion Certificates will be awarded to all participants directly after the training. 

Please contact us at info@rrccamft.org with any accommodation requests or for addressing grievances.

Location: 5000 Bechelli Lane

Suite 101

Redding, CA

*Light lunch provided*


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