A new list is currently under development to incorporate updates in current neuroscience as well as findings from my doctorate research. This will be published shortly and will be updated accordingly.

Training can be bespoke to both individual, family and organisational needs.

Please contact me directly to arrange corporate, charitable, and other social enterprise rates.

For training, I am able to present at conferences and other events, where my time can be booked directly by contacting me either at raymidoyle@gmail.com or by calling 07827 922725.

Please see a list of previous training that I have delivered. All examples are from previous training sessions.

Previous Training

An Introduction to Autism

A journey beginning with explaining autism briefly in the context of the autistic perspective and theoretical perspective leading to practical strategies based on these explanations that may be applied to further support your child/adolescent needs.

Behavioural Support Part 1: An Introduction to using Behaviour Support – Beginning with the Basics

Briefly exploring theory and principles of behaviour support before going into practical ways how this therapy can be used to choose the most effective behavioural strategy tailored to your child/adolescents needs, so that the individual is at the centre of change.

The focus is on a relational understanding of the transaction of behaviour.

Behavioural Support Part 2: A follow up to using Behaviour support – Advanced techniques

This workshop is a follow up from the introduction to behaviour support Part 1. It will specifically focus on how you can tailor these basic principles as well as develop more complex behavioural programmes that take into account your individual child/adolescent bespoke needs and how that translates into the relational experience between you and the individual.

Behavioural Support Part 3: The basics behind Mind Training – The corner stone of Learning Language

This is behavioural training that looks at how to develop a child’s initial demands which is the corner stone of learning and using language and how that translates into the relational experience between you and the individual.

Transitioning from Home to Primary School

Exploring a combination of social and sensory experiences that may assist the child in being able to deal with challenges of this transition. This includes looking at joint attention, symbolic play, working with rule guided acts, and some of the challenges of working memory. We will also look at some of the heightened distress than can become associated with these transitions and learn how to reduce that level of distress.

Working therapeutically while learning to Navigate the Autistic Sensory System

Learn some of the complex sensory difficulties that many autistic individuals experience, and how you may be of some support to alleviate some of that sensory pain. This introduces how the 5-sense perception, vestibular and proprioceptive sensory systems communicate across many other systems within the body inclusive of interoceptive experiences. We learn how a trauma informed awareness can help us understand the bunce sensory profile that some autistic individuals live with on a daily basis.

Transitioning from Home to Primary School

Listening behind the Anger – Learning how to see past frustration

Learn how to support your autistic child/young person or adult while coping with their anger and distressed behaviour.

Working Therapeutically while learning to Navigate the Autistic Sensory System

Since the DSMV, sensory difficulties are being acknowledged, and in this workshop, you will learn some of the complex sensory difficulties that many autistic people face, and how you may help alleviate some of their sensory pain.

The Visual way of Making Contact with Autistic Individuals

Learn how to visually communicate better to improve our relationships with autistic individuals.

Comic Strip Conversations and Social Stories

Practical teaching in how to build comic strip conversations and social stories efficiently and effectively.

Understanding Autism from the Inside Out

Explore what it is like to experience autism from an inside out approach, learning from the autist rather than the theory.

Managing my Anxiety and my Autism

Recognising anxiety and stress in autistic people and helping them relieve some of the anxiety.

Autism and Bereavement – The subtleties of the grieving experience

Exploring how to support some autistic people through bereavement and loss.

Autism and Girls – Bridging the gender gap

Autism is commonly associated with young boys, and services have often been developed based on how autism impacts boys, but girls can sometimes experience autism differently. Learn how you may begin to bridge this gender gap while being true to the individual’s needs.

One Size Does Not Fit All – Working Therapeutically with clients on the Autistic Spectrum

This is a general workshop combining all elements of all trainings available when working with an autistic client and how you may become more able to meet the individual and where they are in connecting into their world.

Understanding Theories of Autism

This workshop explores the various theories combing neuroscience and most up to date research so that the therapist has a full understanding how to modify their therapeutic approach to fit the client’s needs while adhering to best practice principles.

The Building Blocks of Relational Behavioural Support

What do we know from behavioural support that supports the autistic person within their relational systems rather than trying to fix or change them.

Our Services

UK Mainland, Northern Ireland & ROI counselling, psychotherapy and clinical supervisory services. Neurodiversity practitioner with specialisation in therapeutic support for individuals who identify as autistic and other neurodivergent ways of being. Trauma informed and attachment based support.