A Conversation about Ableism and Neurodiversity: Diversity and Inclusion in Mental Health

When: Monday, March 27 - 2:30 PM

Duration: 1 hours

Location: Zoom

Event Details:

Honoring neurodiversity and addressing issues of ableism are becoming increasingly important as we continue to support access and equity in all spaces of mental wellness. Join us for a Mental Health Moment- a conversation with Emma Arnoff, LCSW, to gain further perspectives about tackling ableism in order to promote neurodiversity and ultimately to support the youth and families within New York State and beyond.

About the Presenter: Emma Arnoff, LCSW

Emma is the proud owner and director of The Sensory Space in Poughkeepsie, NY. She leads a team of 12 clinicians and works with children, adults, families and groups. In The Sensory Space, children are able to use sensory supports while participating in play therapy and psychotherapy. Emma leads workshops for clinicians, schools, parents and universities. Workshops focus on supporting Neurodiversity in families, schools and organizations.

Other events in this series:

Mon, Apr 24 2023

Supporting Neurodiversity: Sensory Integration Meets Emotional Regulation

Location: Zoom


Join Emma Arnoff, LCSW, and the proud owner and director of The Sensory Space in Poughkeepsie, NY, to learn about working with children and families through a neurodiversity-affirming clinical practice approach that promotes an understanding of neurodiversity, ableism, and inclusion.