Neurodiversity and Autism
Spectrum Disorder

Dr. Eckerd discusses neurodiversity and a different perspective on autism spectrum disorder. She dives into some of the significant differences in how persons on the autism spectrum think and how they can still interact effectively with neurotypical people despite those differences.

Marcia Eckerd, PhD, has been practicing as a clinical psychologist since 1985, specializing in consultation and therapy for patients with Asperger’s Syndrome and similar cognitive, social, and emotional traits. She was appointed to the CT Autism Spectrum Disorder Advisory Council and serves on the Associate Staff in Psychiatry at Norwalk Hospital, where she participated in creating the Yale-Norwalk Hospital Collaborative Pediatric Development and Therapy Center.

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