Episode 008: Siblings & Creative Arts Therapy with Elaine Oswald

In Episode 008 of the Autism Quality of Life podcast, Teri interviews Elaine Oswald! They discuss the common issues faced by Autism siblings – of all ages!

Elaine is a licensed creative arts therapist with a private practice in New York City. She specializes in working with siblings of individuals with autism and other disabilities. She has over 15 years of experience working with youth in foster care settings, families in crisis, and has helped many who have struggled with anxiety, depression and trauma.

LEARN MORE ABOUT ELAINE!

Elaine’s Website
Visit to learn more about Elaine’s sibling workshop on Saturday, May 20th, 2017!

Elaine’s Facebook Page

Elaine’s Linked in Profile

SIBLING RESOURCES:

The Sibling Support Project

Connect with Other Siblings Online!

Sibling Leadership Network

BOOKS ABOUT SIBLINGS:

Being the Other One: Growing Up with a Brother or Sister Who Has Special Needs
by Kate Strohm

Special Siblings: Growing Up with Someone with a Disability
by Mary McHugh and Stanley Klein Ph.D.

The Normal One: Life with a Difficult or Damaged Sibling
by Jeanne Safer

What About Me?
by Bryna Siegel and Stuart Silverstein

ART THERAPY RESOURCES:

American Art Therapy Association

New York Art Therapy Association

BODY PSYCHOTHERAPY RESOURCES:

The United States Association for Body Psychotherapy

Institute of Core Energetics