Conferences & Workshops

34th Annual Conference

April 20-22, 2023
KI Convention Center, Green Bay

The Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin’s Annual Conference is the biggest Autism-related conference in Wisconsin. The conference brings the Autism community together to learn, connect, and belong. It’s a place where Autistic adults, parents and family members, and professionals come to share experiences and learn together. The Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin aims to facilitate a conference experience that empowers each person attending by connecting them to the resources and knowledge they need to live fully.

Mental Health Therapy with the Autistic Client

Registration Includes Access to Recorded Trainings

This training is designed specifically for clinicians to build their knowledge, skills, and confidence in providing therapy to autistic clients within the mental health setting.

This training includes a total of 5 parts, beginning with an introduction to Autistic Mental Health & Well-Being. Each part includes about 6 hours of pre-recorded virtual content, with total instructional hours at about 30 hours. Registrants also have the option of joining monthly, live, one-hour clinicial application sessions with the presenters.

Autistic Mental Health & Well-Being Virtual Training

Registration Includes Access to Recorded Trainings

Mental health and wellness is important for all people. To support mental health and wellness for people with an autism diagnosis, it is important to understand their particular style of thinking and the way their brain handles information along with the impact of both environmental and other types of trauma. Additionally, when it comes to mental health and well-being, there are specific stressors unique to autistic individuals. This three part series will take a look at these topics, giving you a foundation of shared knowledge important for all – individual with ASD, parent, teacher, support worker, therapist or anyone interested in this topic.