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What can we learn about autism from siblings?

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What can we learn about autism from siblings? Autistic and non-autistic siblings' experiences, perspectives and need.

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Autistic and non autistic siblings' experiences, perspectives and needs:What can we learn about autism from siblings?

Dr Pavlopoulou has been working for 18 years with autistic people and their family members and has experienced the opportunities and challenges involved, empowering them to be in the centre of clinical and educational decision making.

She has a PhD in Developmental Psychology and Mental Health and she teaches and researches topics of atypical development, psychological aspects of counselling and autistic mental health. She trains mental health practitioners across the UK, through HEE fundings.

Dr Pavlopoulou is an an Early Career Researcher based at UCL, Department of Psychology and Human Development. In her research she is using a combination of behavioural, phenomenological and community based participatory techniques together with a developmental approach. She has a passion working with multidisciplinary academic teams, experts by experience and scholar activists in community-based wellbeing projects to promote neurodiversity and wellbeing.

Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou

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