Tim Goldstein, Autistic Philosopher of Neurodiversity: Life in the Neuro Cloud™

Catundra Mays School Psychologist and Mother of Two Autistic Sons, Episode 2

December 11, 2019 Season 1 Episode 10
Tim Goldstein, Autistic Philosopher of Neurodiversity: Life in the Neuro Cloud™
Catundra Mays School Psychologist and Mother of Two Autistic Sons, Episode 2
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Tim Goldstein, Autistic Philosopher of Neurodiversity: Life in the Neuro Cloud™
Catundra Mays School Psychologist and Mother of Two Autistic Sons, Episode 2
Dec 11, 2019 Season 1 Episode 10
Tim Goldstein / Catundra Mays

Catundra and I had such a great time talking we recorded enough material for 2 episodes. This is the second episode finishing our conversation with Catundra.

Catundra brings an amazing perspective to the Neurotypical Universe. Catundra is a school psychologist who developed a deep interest in working with autistic children before having two of her own. 

Catundra and I had a wonderful conversation about many things autistic spanning from children to adults. Her education and experience dealing with autistic children as a school psychologist combine with her personal experience of raising two sons who are now young autistic adults brings a unique perspective that few neurotypicals have. Join our conversation and you can enjoy your time with Catundra as much as I did.

You can contact Catundra via e-mail or LinkedIn. She is open to answering questions on everything from autism mom topics to childhood psychology.
[email protected]
linkedin.com/in/catundra-m-b95a0271

Show Notes

Catundra and I had such a great time talking we recorded enough material for 2 episodes. This is the second episode finishing our conversation with Catundra.

Catundra brings an amazing perspective to the Neurotypical Universe. Catundra is a school psychologist who developed a deep interest in working with autistic children before having two of her own. 

Catundra and I had a wonderful conversation about many things autistic spanning from children to adults. Her education and experience dealing with autistic children as a school psychologist combine with her personal experience of raising two sons who are now young autistic adults brings a unique perspective that few neurotypicals have. Join our conversation and you can enjoy your time with Catundra as much as I did.

You can contact Catundra via e-mail or LinkedIn. She is open to answering questions on everything from autism mom topics to childhood psychology.
[email protected]
linkedin.com/in/catundra-m-b95a0271

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