Busting Some Myths About Autism with Stephanie Holmes
Join one of the speakers at Springbrook Autism Behavioral Health’s yearly summit: Converge Autism, Stephanie Holmes MA, BCCC, and Certified Autism Specialist as she discusses some of the myths that have been perpetuated about Autism. She also takes a look at some of the headlines in the news currently tackling Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Stephanie C. Holmes graduated from Campbell University summa cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 1994. Her Master’s degree in Counseling was obtained through Liberty University in May of 2000. Stephanie held her NC LPC from March 2002-June 2008. She is now licensed through the Georgia Board of Examiners of Christian Counselors and Therapists and is certified through the International Board of Christian Counselors. Stephanie is a Certified Autism Specialist.
Stephanie draws from a wide range of personal and professional experiences. She worked at several Christian agencies in NC specializing there with adolescents and families and marriage issues. She worked in a group home with severely traumatized children. She has worked with two Christian schools as a school counselor and guidance counselor.
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