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Online Classes for Couples & Individuals Affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder

Mark Hutten, M.A. [Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology] Are you experiencing relationship difficulties with your partner or spouse who is on the autism spectrum (ASD)? Are you on the autism spectrum and struggle to meet your neurotypical (NT) partner's needs and expectations? Has separation or divorce crossed your mind? Are the two of you already in the process of breaking up? If so, then this is your opportunity to receive group therapy via Skype with me, Mark Hutten, M.A. A MESSAGE FOR Neurotypical + ASD Couples: A MESSAGE FOR THE ASD MEN (diagnosed or otherwise): A MESSAGE FOR THE NEUROTYPICAL (NT) WOMEN: If you're interested, please read the following: Create a Skype account, if you haven't done so already - it's free! Cost: $99.00 for the 4-week class (1 hour per week). Click o n the "register now" link below to receive your group access link , or simply send $99. using PayPal to    Email me (

Videos and Audio Clips ~ Mark Hutten, M.A.

Videos to help you understand your partner on the autism spectrum... Chronic, Invasive Thinking-Patterns in People on the Autism Spectrum Low Social-Emotional Intelligence and Confusion Around Prioritized Allegiance   Anxiety Associated with Excessive Verbal Instruction and Performing Mundane Tasks   Guilt to "Toxic Guilt" to "Toxic Shame" Learn the fine art of  LPI Obsessive-Compulsive Behaviors and Anxiety In Your ASD Partner Why you, the NT partner, get blamed for all the problems in the relationship …  

ASD Men's-Only Workshop: Help for Husbands Experiencing Chronic Marital Discord

Are you a man on the autism spectrum married to a neurotypical (NT) wife? And have you been in the “doghouse” for a very-very-very long time? If so, you really should read this: How many times have you said the following things to yourself? “My wife seems to harbor so much resentment.” “She has been unhappy with me for many years now.” “It doesn’t matter what I say or do, it’s never good enough.” “She complains that she’s both mentally and physically sick because of how I ‘treat’ her.” “She thinks I need to be ‘fixed’, or our relationship will continue to deteriorate.” “She has mentioned separation and divorce several times.” “She has become my #1 source of anxiety, which contributes to me either shutting down or melting down!” “No matter how hard I try, she’s always disappointed in me.” “She frequently complains that I don’t show empathy or affection.” Guys: What if I told you that I can help you come up with some strategies that will actually meet many of her n