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Increasing effectiveness of counselling people with disability.

Liz Dore

Effective counselling is tailored to meet the special needs of people with disability particularly those with intellectual disability and Autism. Including pictorial aids, drawing therapy and simple communication skills building exercises are helpful. Grief counselling can assist people to deal with their disability, family dysfunction or being raised in residential care. When there is disclosure of past abuse clients are entitled to accessible therapy. Increasing awareness of indicators of loving and safe versus abusive relationships, is also essential. 

PACFA Biennial Conference 2012
Effectiveness, What works?
Recorded: 27-28 October 2012, Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Visit PACFA at : www.PACFA.org.au

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Liz Dore

Liz Dore has twenty years’ experience working with people with disability. Liz supports people with intellectual disability and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder to develop friendship and relationships skills and a positive awareness of their sexuality though counselling and workshops. Liz has qualifications in Special Education, Systemic Relationships Counselling and in Sexuality. Liz has been working with people to help them achieve their educational, employment and personal goals for twenty years.  This includes ten years experience in counselling and education.

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