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Inside the Spectrum: Interviews with Autism Thought Leaders
We want to let all of our followers know that

 Inside the Spectrum: Interviews with Autism Thought Leaders is doing a giveaway this week! One lucky person who joins their mailing list this week will win a copy of the amazing Kim Barthel & Theo Fleury's book "Conversations with a Rattlesnake."

In order to be entered, all you need to do is sign up for the mailing list. By doing this, you will also receive an email every week with the link to a webinar interview with an autism thought leader. These interviews are anywhere from 30 - 45 minutes and help shed light on different topics and aspects of life and autism. The most recent interview was with Kim Barthel - click here to watch it! To learn more about inside the spectrum, visit

Click here to sign up for the mailing list and be entered to win "Conversations with a Rattlesnake."

Conversations with a Rattlesnake

Conversations with a Rattlesnake by Theo Fleury and Kim BarthelFollowing the release of his mind-blowing first book, Playing with Fire, Theo Fleury joins forces with world-renowned therapist, Kim Barthel in a new book: Conversations with a Rattlesnake, coming out November 2014. The book is a raw and honest conversation, loaded with personal insights and cutting-edge information regarding healing from trauma and abuse.

Fleury calls Barthel the "Wayne Gretzky of therapy", and within their emotionally-safe relationship, he bares his soul so that others can learn from his mistakes, triumphs and new learning. Fleury's story will inspire not only those overcoming their own trauma, but friends, parents, teachers, coaches, therapists, and health practitioners-anyone who is in the critical position of supporting someone who needs to share their own story.

Co-author Kim Barthel, provides an in-depth explanation of early childhood attachment and addiction that tie into the reasoning behind our behaviours, and the science of how our brains work. Barthel explains how understanding groundbreaking scientific and psychological research can eliminate the unnecessary and damaging shame that so often accompanies abuse and trauma. Her dialogue with Fleury illuminates self-awareness, mindfulness and the power of relationships.

Fleury's life experiences and Barthel's informed interpretation combine to provide a unique look at the healing process that is easy to read, entertaining and transformational.

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Written by Monica McMahen — February 26, 2015

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