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Today Stephanie and Dan will talk with Dr. Carrie Mitran. Dr. Mitran's dissertation and academic research are some of the first of their kind on necessary skills for those who work with ND couples.

We will discuss:
  • Overview of the research project
  • Findings for providers (macro overview, micro points included as needed)


About Dr. Mitran:
Carrie L. Mitran received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Human Development from North Carolina State University in 2019 under the advisement of Dr. Stanley Baker. Her current research addresses a culturally responsive approach to working with neurodivergent couples and counseling competencies for neurodiverse informed providers.
Her faculty career began at Saint Mary’s College of California. Since then, she has held three additional appointments as Lecture Faculty for the California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco State University, and Oregon State University.
Carrie is passionate about engaging her students using inclusive pedagogy and has been invited to give workshops on teaching in university settings. In addition, Carrie has many research interests, including neurodivergent learners in higher ed and neurodivergent couples in therapeutic settings.

Additionally, Dr. Mitran has a private practice, Neurodiversetalk, in San Francisco, serving neurodiverse couples and co-founders.

You can read more about Dr. Mitran’s work and services here:

Website:
https://www.neurodiversetalk.com/

Articles related:
https://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/BHP2TTB9RBQB3CBGBTKQ/full
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/10664807221104138
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/10664807221123553

Disclaimer:
When we have guests on the ASR podcast, they are recognized for their expertise on autism as an advocate, self-advocate, clinicians, parents, or other professionals in the field. They may or may not be part of the faith community; having a guest on the broader topic of autism does not reflect complete agreement with the guest, just as many guests may not agree with our faith perspective. Guests are chosen by topic for the chosen podcast discussion and are not necessarily in full agreement with all beliefs of the chosen guest(s).
Today Stephanie and Dan will talk with Dr. Carrie Mitran. Dr. Mitran's dissertation and academic research are some of the first of their kind on necessary skills for those who work with ND couples. We will discuss: Overview of the research project Findings for providers (macro overview, micro points included as needed) About Dr. Mitran: Carrie L. Mitran received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Human Development from North Carolina State University in 2019 under the advisement of Dr. Stanley Baker. Her current research addresses a culturally responsive approach to working with neurodivergent couples and counseling competencies for neurodiverse informed providers. Her faculty career began at Saint Mary’s College of California. Since then, she has held three additional appointments as Lecture Faculty for the California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco State University, and Oregon State University. Carrie is passionate about engaging her students using inclusive pedagogy and has been invited to give workshops on teaching in university settings. In addition, Carrie has many research interests, including neurodivergent learners in higher ed and neurodivergent couples in therapeutic settings. Additionally, Dr. Mitran has a private practice, Neurodiversetalk, in San Francisco, serving neurodiverse couples and co-founders. You can read more about Dr. Mitran’s work and services here: Website: https://www.neurodiversetalk.com/ Articles related: https://journals.sagepub.com/eprint/BHP2TTB9RBQB3CBGBTKQ/full https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/10664807221104138 https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/10664807221123553 Disclaimer: When we have guests on the ASR podcast, they are recognized for their expertise on autism as an advocate, self-advocate, clinicians, parents, or other professionals in the field. They may or may not be part of the faith community; having a guest on the broader topic of autism does not reflect complete agreement with the guest, just as many guests may not agree with our faith perspective. Guests are chosen by topic for the chosen podcast discussion and are not necessarily in full agreement with all beliefs of the chosen guest(s). read more read less

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