Acknowledging the Pain of Autism

Autism is transformative and transformation can be extremely painful. This event is being offered to give parents and autistic individuals the opportunity to acknowledge and express the pain involved with the autism experience. Pain is part of your growth as an autistic person or as a parent of a child with autism.

Pain is an integral part of every person’s growth as a human being.

There may be a sense of isolation, grief, anger, regret, exhaustion, fear, resentment, powerlessness, etc. This event allows these emotions, feelings and thoughts to be voiced in a space of non-judgment, authenticity, empathy and safety.

Speaking your truth will empower you and your child.

Lori Shayew, MA and Marisa Leon, MA will support you by listening to your pain and answering your questions. Lori has 27+ years experience in the field and has devoted herself to helping parents shift their vision of autism. Marisa is a multi-sensory, multi-dimensional intuitive with 17+ years experience working as a speech therapist. She has expanded her practice to include energy work and telepathic communication over the past 5 years.

This event will not be recorded with the intention of releasing the pain after it has been voiced. Beautiful shifts and new connections can be created the moment we acknowledge pain.

This is a free event. Please register any time prior to the date and time of the event. There are a limited number of spaces available.

Register with this link:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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