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logo Maxine Aston
MSc. Health Psychology
C.C.CERT.Relate.
C&G 7407 Further Education
Diploma in Casework Supervision
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Specialising in relationships affected by Asperger Syndrome.
Individual, couple and family counselling.
Conference speeches, lectures & workshops.


Author of What Men With Asperger Syndrome Want to Know,   The Asperger Couple's Workbook,   Aspergers in Love  &   The Other Half of Asperger Syndrome


How Useful is Couple Counselling?
Research being carried out by

Maxine Aston MSc and Professor Tony Attwood

Park Counselling Centre, Coventry CV1 2LE England

Is Couple Counselling useful when one partner is on the Autism Spectrum?
Question one - Have you been for couple counselling?

Question two - Are you or your partner affected by Asperger syndrome or on the Autism Spectrum?

If you answered yes to both of the above and would be willing to take the time to complete a questionnaire then either

or

if you complete the Word document questionnaire then please return it to as@maxineaston.co.uk.

The aim of the research is to provide a better understanding of how therapists may best support couples when one partner is affected by an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

You have the right to withdraw your information and it will not be used in the research.

The information you provide may be used for research and possibly publication. We will remove any identifying information. You have the right to remain anonymous.

All information will remain strictly confidential.


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