A Spectrum of Connection: Building Relationships and Managing Online Communication
A Group Conversation with Madeline Barger, MS, LMFT, BCBA
Date: Saturday, May 26, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Location: Alicia Ashman Library
Address: 733 N. High Point Road, Madison | See map below
FREE Event! No RSVP needed. Just drop in.
This one-hour group conversation is a follow-up to the January 27 workshop on relationships which was also held at the Ashman Library. Madeline Barger of the Waisman Center led the January 27 workshop and will lead this one as well. The workshop will address online dating and building relationships and will include examples, practice suggestions, and your ideas and questions.
Adults and older teens on the spectrum are welcome to attend this workshop event they did not attend the workshop on January 27.
Madeline Barger has spent the last 10 years working nearly exclusively with people with autism in family, couple, and individual units. Her interest began during her undergraduate work at UW Madison. Barger is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and received a Master of Science in Marriage and Family therapy from Edgewood College. She is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with training from Ball State University. Barger is the Clinic Coordinator and Transition Age Lead at the Waisman Autism Treatment Programs and also provides treatment and consultation at her small private practice; Madison Mind, LLC. Barger is currently enrolled in the Sexual Health Program at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Upon completion, Barger will be one of the few sex therapists with this combination of experiences in the world.