Teen Groups

Other ways teens can connect with me.

Who this is for:

Autistic teens who want the lower stakes of a group setting, lower costs to parents, and the fun of trying something with autistic peers.

What it’ll do:

Social time with other autistic teens, knowing your not the only one, interaction with an autistic adult and the chance to ask questions, around a variety of topics.

What’s available:

Sensory exploration, anti-anxiety, social groups, book clubs, mindfulness, etc.

Need to know:

I offer these groups and classes through an education platform called Outschool. The link below will take you to that site.

Sign up through any of these links to get $20 USD credit towards your first Outschool class.

Top Classes

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Explore Your Sensory Differences in Action

Our sensory experiences impact our mood, focus, and comfort, but how do you know which sensory input is hurting and which is helping? Explore how daily experiences affect you. For teens with sensory differences, autism, HSPs, SPD, and more.

Meets Online
Once per week, 
for 9 weeks
45 minutes per class
5-8 learners per class
$160

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Anti-Anxiety Practices for Neurodiverse Teens

Anxiety can feel like a big bad bully, but what if it weren’t so bossy all the time? Learn ways to reduce anxiety in everyday situations. For Autistic (ASD), ADHD, OCD, Highly Sensitive (HSP), Sensory (SPD), and other neurowonderful teens.

Meets Online
Once per week, 
for 3 weeks
55 minutes per class
3-8 learners per class
$54

Social Groups

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Autistic Social Time for Girls and Nonbinary Teens

Teen girls and nonbinary individuals on the autism spectrum get to socialize with other autistic girls and nonbinary individuals, talk about things we like, and ask an autistic woman about social situations, life with autism, and more.

Meets Online
Once per week
, ongoing
60 minutes per meeting
3-8 learners per meeting
$15 per week

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Autistic Social Time for Teens

Teens on the autism spectrum get to socialize with other autistic teens, talk about things we like, and ask an autistic woman about social situations, life with autism, sensory needs, and more.

Meets Online
Once per week, ongoing

60 minutes per meeting
3-8 learners per meeting
$15 per week

Neurodiversity Book Clubs

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Fish in a Tree

A book club for tweens and teens on the autism spectrum, with ADHD, dyslexia, Tourette, OCD, anxiety, and other neurowonderful ways of being in the world, and the neurotypicals who support us. This is for the book “Fish in a Tree.”

Fish in a Tree is about a girl who hides her inability to read, and some of the difficult, awkward, and frustrating situations that creates. Everything changes when she gets a new teacher and opens up to two potential friends.

Meets Online
Meets once

60 minutes
3-8 learners
$15

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Geek Girl

A book club for tweens and teens on the autism spectrum, with ADHD, dyslexia, Tourette, OCD, and other neurowonderful ways of being in the world, and the neurotypicals who enjoy us. This is for the book “Geek Girl.” 

It’s about a geeky girl who accidentally steals her best friend’s dream to be a famous model, and the funny situations that creates.

Meets Online
Meets once

60 minutes
3-8 learners
$15

Other Classes

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Mindfulness for Autistic Teens

Short mindfulness and body awareness activities for teens on the autism spectrum and led by an autistic woman.

Meets Online
Once per week
, ongoing
30 minutes per meeting
3-8 learners per meeting
$10 per week

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What Are Sensory Differences?

A brief intro to sensory processing differences, what that means, what our many senses do for us (there’s more than just the top five), a bit about how our senses work, and tips to explain sensory differences to others.

Meets Online
Meets once

45 minutes
3-8 learners
$18