Folks on the Autism spectrum don't just beat to a different drum.  They play an entirely different instrument in a completely unconventional way so that the rest of us can touch notes so far outside the musical scale, we would never have known it's tender sound had it not been for them. Mel LLeras, C.Ht.

Many adults on the autism spectrum seem to find us. Mostly, they seek help with their struggle with coping in their existing environment… including around people. So often, they think there is something wrong with them. To me, this can at times be heart breaking. It is because in my perspective, there is absolutely nothing wrong with them. Truthfully, more often than not, they exist on an elevated frequency compared to most of us.

But we, as society, are not completely equipped to nurture them.  Instead, drawing them down to our level in an attempt to assimilate them. We base their success on that ability to assimilate. Those on the autism spectrum are just one example. I am humbled to be allowed in the space of such a person to help them find freedom by honoring their authentic selves in order to find their place in society.

Folks on the Autism spectrum don’t just beat to a different drum.  They play an entirely different instrument in a completely unconventional way so that the rest of us can touch notes so far outside the musical scale, we would never have known it’s tender sound had it not been for them.
Mel LLeras, C.Ht.