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(p. 246) Therapist Insights in Working with Stress in People with Autism Spectrum Disorder 

(p. 246) Therapist Insights in Working with Stress in People with Autism Spectrum Disorder
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(p. 246) Therapist Insights in Working with Stress in People with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Author(s):

Lawrence Bartak

, Verity Bottroff

, and Joanna Zeitz

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195182262.003.0010
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date: 30 November 2020

This chapter provides a detailed way of understanding the behavior that people with autism may present. Analysis of the person's behavior in such detail makes it possible to understand the degree and kinds of stress being experienced. This analysis is intended to assist in the development of an effective means of stress reduction. Stress may be reduced in the individual, their family members, and also in other people associated with them, such as peers, teachers, or supports staff. The chapter then describes effective procedures for stress reduction.

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