We are keen to understand how to optimise therapeutic support for autistic children who have experienced interpersonal trauma and their families. This population of children are more likely to experience trauma of this nature and associated psychological difficulties. In the absence of evidence, we need input from clinicians to develop consensus-based recommendations that will be used to inform preliminary best practice guidelines.
Dr Alexandra Ure, Prof Katrina Williams, Ms Alexandra Tan, Ms Lauren Kalisch, Ms Alice Quinton
Who can participate:
Clinicians who have worked therapetically with autistic children who have experienced interpersonal trauma and their families
Completion of a survey as part of a Delphi study, as well as up to three further questionnaire rounds.
Interested in participating:
If you are interested in participating or have any questions, please email email@example.com
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