Healthy Autistic Boundaries.
A Class for Autistic & Non-Autistic Teens & Adults
Healthy Autistic Workshop

How is this workshop useful for Non-Autistic People?

This class is for autistic and allistic (non-autistic) teens and adults. A lot of this introductory class focuses on common autistic and non-autistic differences, in terms of how we perceive, process, and organize our experience. We will explore what kind of boundaries are healthy and supportive for you, depending on your relationship with your inner signals, communication, your sensory life, safety considerations, and your values and ethical decisions.
Whether you are autistic or allistic, this class is meant to support you in opening to your own and others’ experience and needs. We will also explore these questions relative to our other layers of experience, in addition to neurotype. We will explore the joys and challenges of being who we are, and consider how our experience is similar or different from others’ experiences.
So much of presence and witness is being connected with and aware of ourselves, and being clear on what lenses we are bringing to interactions. So much of boundary work is understanding how our experience and existence fits into the whole.

How is this workshop useful for Autistic People?

If you are an autistic person, this class is designed to support you in connecting with and celebrating yourself, and in navigating what makes it challenging for you to exist in the world as your core healthy self so you can connect with others who are similar and different from you in more satisfying and meaningful ways.
If you are an non-autistic person, this class is designed to support you in having more appreciation for your own and autistic people’s needs, boundaries, inner process, and expression. This class is also a jumping off place for understanding the pressures and misunderstandings that autistic people face, as well as exploring possibilities of beholding and supporting yourself and others’ authentic ways of being.
This class is of course also open to anyone who is questioning whether they are autistic or neurodivergent.

About Speaker?

Moriah Williams (pronouns: q/they/surprise me) is a holistic practitioner who works primarily with people who are autistic or who are exploring their neurodivergence. Moriah offers education and private sessions. Q has presented for the Alternatives Conference, Southwestern College, Indiana Disability Justice, Multicultural Efforts to End Sexual Assault, the National Empowerment Center, and others. Moriah lives in the southwestern U.S. Some of Moriah’s favourite special interests include trees, birds, poetry, goofy songs, asking questions, and exploring our embodied relationship to power, liberation, and joy.

Hear Directly from the Host

For Non-Autistic Folks
Kinds of Participation in the Class
For Autistic Folks
Together we will explore the following:
  • Ways that boundary considerations differ for autistic and non-autistic people.
  • How you identify your internal signals and find boundaries in various situations that are supportive for your relationships with yourself and others.
  • Possibilities for how to relate to autism and the social structures that affect our varied autistic experiences and other identities, and what kind of presence we want to have in the world.
The class will be a combination of lectures, activities/explorations, and discussions. There will be multiple options for how you would like to participate or observe (and there is always a “something else” option if you want to do something different), so please come as yourself and you will be welcome here. Curriculum, slides, video/audio recordings, transcripts, and Padlet conversations will all be available to participants for your continued exploration. There will be a WhatsApp class group.
  • Open House: May 28th, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM (Sunday)
  • Class Schedule: June 11th – July 30th, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM (Every Sunday for 8 weeks)
  • Price: Rs.5000/-  (Scholarships available)
  • Online Mode: Zoom Meeting
  • 10% of the profit will be contributed to Claypot Foundation to provide therapies for underprivileged children on the spectrum. 
Class 1: Introduction
Class 2: What is your Yes, No, Maybe, or Something Else?
Class 3: Autistic Boundary Strengths
Class 4: Ethical Boundaries
Class 5: Sensory Boundaries
Class 6: Communication Boundaries and Values
Class 7: Masking, Approaches to Conflict, and Communication Across Difference
Class 8: Elements of Healthy Boundaries
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Or Contact Moriah: or +1 505-577-0479 on WhatsApp

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