The Autism Institute is excited to offer a support group for fathers with children on the autism spectrum in partnership with Dr. Robert Naseef, clinical psychologist at Alternative Choices, and Dr. Michael Hannon, Assistant Professor of Counseling at Montclair State University.
Dr. Michael Hannon is an Assistant Professor of Counseling at Montclair State University and co-founder of the Greater Expectations Teaching & AdvocacyCenter in Burlington County, NJ. As the father of a son with autism, the primary focus of his community work and research is on diverse men in various roles as fathers and partners in their children’s educational/therapeutic experiences, as well as counselors, counselor educators, and community leaders. His dissertation was the first empirical study to investigate the lived experiences of Black fathers of individuals with autism.
Dr. Robert Naseef is a clinical psychologist at Alternative Choices, a general practice with a specialty in helping families of children with autism and other special needs, including autism screening and evaluations from toddlers to adults. Because of his unique background as a psychologist, author, and parent of an adult child with autism, he is a sought after speaker at conferences around the country and internationally.
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