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Webinar: A Guide to Interpersonal Communication and Conflict for Autistic Teens and Adults

Webinar: A Guide to Interpersonal Communication and Conflict for Autistic Teens and Adults

A guide to interpersonal communication and conflict for autistic teens and adults

Presented by: Courtney Lang, Ph.D., and Liana Hicks

Interpersonal communication and relationship conflicts happen to us all. In this webinar, Liana Hicks and Courtney Lang will discuss interpersonal communication and relationship conflicts and how to guide autistic teens or adults through them. The two experts will present on how to interact during and grow from arguments and misunderstandings, as well as when to escalate and when to cool off. Lastly, they will share tips, tricks, and tactics to practice navigating interpersonal interactions in everyday scenarios.


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May 11 2023


Eastern Standard Time
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 11 2023
  • Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm




  • Courtney Lang
    Courtney Lang
    Owner & Corporate Education Consultant, See Bea Media

    Dr. Courtney Lang is a corporate education consultant and owner of See Bea Media. She spent nearly two decades teaching communication and research analytics at the university level. Her last position of service was as communication department chairperson at Mercyhurst University, where she worked closely with the Autism Initiative at Mercyhurst. During her time there, she taught in the CREATE program and worked closely with AIM to improve communication interactions and outcomes for autistic and neurodiverse students.

  • Liana Hicks
    Liana Hicks
    Student Support Coordinator, Autism Initiative at Mercyhurst University

    Liana Hicks is a student support coordinator in the Autism Initiative at Mercyhurst University (AIM) with four years of experience within the department. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Gannon University and a master’s degree in special education from Mercyhurst University. She is integral in assisting with CREATE program development and increasing AIM’s external network of local and global partnerships. She has attended past vocational exposure experiences and is helping plan the upcoming spring 2023 trip to Washington, D.C.

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