Neurodiverse Couple and Partners Programs
The Partner Support Group is for those in neurodiverse relationships with a spouse/partner who has a confirmed or suspected autism spectrum profile. The group meeting is a positive and supportive time to share experiences, gain information and understanding about how neurodiversity affects couple relationships.
This open group meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month. Participants can join at any time. There is no cost to participants to attend any session. Advanced registration is required.
Cheryl Rhodes, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Neurodiverse Couples Therapist.
Cheryl is an experienced mental health practitioner and support group leader who has worked with families and individuals with autism and developmental disabilities for over 30 years.
Meetings held online via Zoom
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
2021 Proposed Topics
January 27 - Intro to Neurodiversity: Why neurology matters
February 24 - Communication in neurodiverse relationships
March 24 - Making time for self-care
April 28 - Honoring diversity: What’s working well?
May 26 - Tips and tools: Improving communication and daily challenges