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June 10, 2005



Try reading 'The Red Beast - Controlling Anger in Children with Asperger's Syndrome ' by K.I. Al-Ghani (see amazon uk review)

Ivan Kaufman

I am a psychotherapist/behavioral specialist working with adult and child folks with Aspergers. Can someone talk with me about how to help my clients in group (we have a young adult group right now) about managing their anger. I've done alot of anger managment and stress management work over the years, but would like to hear your perspective on what folks really want and need, especially from folks who have Aspergers.
Ivan Kaufman, LCSW
Dallas Texas

Sheira L. Director-Nowack

Hi I just wanted to speak with you about being part of a mentoring pen-pal program with some campers from my camp who all have Aspergers. Please contact me at 973-575-3333 x. 145- Thank You.
Sheira L. Director-Nowack Round Lake Camp

Andy S.

Maybe the nasty people could help start a second protest/informational session such as "How Nuclear Powered Jews endanger our children...":-P

Good to see you yesterday, hope things went well after I left.


Ben Wise

Thanks, Larry, for alerting the Keene State College faculty/staff community to this extremely timely event (Peter's talk directly in the shadow of the emergency preparedness exercise) and for recording and posting the interview with Peter. As one of the people who attended, I can attest to the importance of hearing his brief and compelling rundown of the situation. I'm looking forward to his coming to campus in the fall and helping to educate and enlist the students in this important effort. Keep up the great work!

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