Posts Tagged ‘Asperger’s Syndrome’

Dysfunctional Defined

Life Tree Counseling Kathleen Mills

Dysfunctional is usually defined as “Impaired or abnormal functioning,” and can apply to anything that simply does not work.  However, it is usually applied to relationships within a system and not to purely mechanical processes.  This is because particular structure defined as dysfunctional is not inoperative, but is simply badly adjusted to perform its function.…

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The Details of Asperger’s Syndrome

LaShondra Manning play therapy counselor

Hello, I am LaShondra Manning, a therapist at Lifetree specializing in treatment for teens and tweens.  While pursuing my doctorate degree, I’ve been able to study some of the more challenging diagnoses’ in the realm of therapeutic treatment, including Aspberger’s Syndrome. I have discovered a lot more about this syndrome recently, both through my intensive…

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Asperger’s Syndrome : Specifics, Fixations and Odd Behaviors

LaShondra Manning play therapy counselor

Some Specifics on Asperger’s Syndrome Asperger’s Syndrome is one of the very many complex therapy subjects I have studied in depth. My name is LaShondra Manning, I am a counselor specializing in treatment for teens and “tween” patients. While working through my LPC internship, I had the opportunity to work with teenaged boys diagnosed with Asperger’s. This gave me…

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