Dr. David Worling offers training through one-on-one and group supervision for clinicians as well as a number of presentations for workplaces, schools, and clinical teams. Workshops range from half-day to two full days in length. The staff at Spectrum Works are able to tailor specific workshops to suite the individual needs of the organization or team. Our workshops are original and are based on a combination of clinical experience, sound theoretical understanding, and up-to-date research findings.

Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Clinical Perspective

Half-day, Full-day, Two-day

  • General overview of symptomatology, prevalence rates, behavioural presentation, overview of interventions.
  • General overview of symptomatology, prevalence rates, theories of causation, behavioural presentation, co-occurring mental health issues, detailed overview of interventions, practical tips/strategies.
  • Detailed review of symptomatology, prevalence rates, research reviews, behavioural presentation, co-occurring mental health issues, treatment guidelines, general tips/strategies, overview of interventions.

Autism 101

Half-day, Full-day, Two-day

  • A brief primer on Autism that examines the primary challenges of ASD and how they present at home, school, or the workplace

Autism in the Workplace

Half-day, Full-day, Two-day

  • This workshop is designed to help the employer or supporting agencies understand the core ASD issues and the benefits and challenges that are associated with them.

About the Presenter

Dr. David Worling has been providing seminars, workshops, and training packages for over 25 years. He is described as an engaging speaker who uses a combination of current research, clinical experience, and humour to inform his audiences. Example of some talks given by Dr. Worling include: Assessing and Treating Depression in Children and Adolescents; Supporting Social Skill Development; Practical skills for developing social competence in the classroom; Understanding, Treating, and Preventing Depression in Children and Youth; Addressing Social Challenges of Autism Spectrum Disorders; Addictive Behaviours, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; Looking beyond autism: treating anxiety, depression, and OCD in children and youth with autism spectrum disorder; Autism and Co-occurring Mental Health Conditions, Anxiety in Teens: Information and strategies that begin at home.

Feedback from Previous Workshop Participants

“So much practical and new information – fantastic presenter – loved it!!!”
“The speaker was amazing, upbeat, and very informative”
“Nothing to improve, this session was perfect.”

For more information about booking a workshop

Call 604-732-3222

Email: info@spectrumworks.consulting

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