Author: seaninderbitzen

Podcasts by Sean

The Behavior Trap – Episode 22: Sean Inderbitzen, APSW – Wisconsin Sean Inderbitzen Sean is a Behavioral Health Therapist, and lives with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. He has a caseload with 25% of his patients that live with ASD and varying comorbid psychiatric conditions. Prior to being a mental health clinician, he was a Vocational […]

Three Reasons to Connect With the Greater Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin

Are you looking for a place to help you find autism-related resources? Looking for quality education and training about autism and related topics? Are you looking for support from someone who has been down a similar path? The Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin and our local network of affiliates might be what you’re looking for. […]

An Introduction to our Autism and Culture Course: a Podcast

Catina Burkett Black women are not usually considered for autistic traits, but they do exist. This is true for Catina Burkett. Catina is a native of the Bronx, New York. She graduated from Columbia College in 2006, she completed her master of social work at the University of South Carolina in 2010. Catina has a […]

Autism, Coronavirus, Anxiety, and Strategies to Cope with it All

Reprinted from Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin Coping. My guess is that if you are reading this blog from Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin, you or a loved one needs coping strategies for this massive pandemic called the coronavirus. That goal is what this blog is for; to provide adults living with Autism spectrum disorder […]

What is Sensory Integration?

Sensory integration is the term used to define how individuals receive and process information from the sensory systems.  The sensory systems include vision, auditory, taste, smell, tactile (touch), proprioceptive (sense of joint position), and vestibular (balance and movement). Integration of the sensory system is important for completing daily self-care routines including communication, eating, toileting, bathing, […]