Is your bright child autistic or struggling with sensory or social challenges?
Help your bright child create a good-fit life that fits beautifully with the unique way their brain is wired. Learn strategies for making and keeping friends, defusing demand avoidance, environmental changes for sensory success, managing picky eating and realizing their unique potential, with actionable strategies from the top experts, in this masterclass collection.
Neuroscience-based approaches specifically with the neurodivergent brain in mind
Actionable strategies to ease common stressors of autism/aspergers, to create a good-fit life.
Top tools for healthy social, emotional, and behavioral development
Reduce Stress & Empower Calm and Connection
With Advice from Leading Experts in Autism/Aspergers and Neurodivergent Minds
When traditional parenting advice isn’t cutting it, Bright & Quirky is here to help. Neurodivergent kids can soar with their strengths when they get support for their struggles.
We’ve gathered the top autism experts to help bright kids who are struggling at school or at home, so you can learn their best science-based insights and strategies for emotional regulation, social interaction, cognitive flexibility and realizing potential.
What the Masterclass Collection Includes
Life Skills, Supports & Friendships
Actionable solutions to common neurodivergent struggles, including autistic burnout and making friends.
Putting the Right Supports in Place for Bright Kids on the Spectrum
Barry Prizant, PhD
How to Help Bright Kids Avoid Autistic Burnout
Practical Steps to Design a Bright, Autistic, Good-Fit Life
Amy Laurent, PhD, OTR/L & Jacqueline Fede, PhD
The Science of Making Friends & The Unspoken Rules of Conversation
Elizabeth Laugeson, PsyD
How an Autistic Engineer Found the Secret to Friendship (and How Your Child Can Too)
Helping Kids Become Social Thinkers (aka How to Make a Friend)
Michelle Garcia Winner, CCC-SLP
Demand Avoidance, Picky Eating & More
Learn how to gain more cooperation, ease mealtimes, and navigate co-occuring conditions.
Using Declarative Language to Decrease Power Struggles with Demand Avoidant Kids
Linda Murphy, MS, CCC-SLP
An Insider's Guide to Understanding PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance)
Overcoming Picky Eating and Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
Jennifer Thomas, PhD
Understanding High IQ Kids With ADHD and Co-Occuring Diagnoses
Thomas Brown, PhD
Key insights and life hacks for sensory sensitivities, nutrition, and intuition-based decision making.
When a Bright Child Has Sensory-Related Challenges
Carol Kranowitz, MA
Life Hacks for Thriving with Aspergers/ASD
Powerful Ideas from Integrative Medicine for 2e Kids with ADHD or Autism
Sanford Newmark, MD
How to Use Your Intuition to Find Your Child's Best-Fit Life
Lisa K, PhD & Chris K
Realizing Uniquely Wired Potential
Learn how to empower your autistic child to live their best life.
Turning Passions & Enthusiasms into Superpowers
Barry Prizant, PhD
How Different Kinds of Minds Can Become Inventors and Engineers
Temple Grandin, PhD
Helping Your Autistic Child Find Their Authentic Self
Dare to Dream, Better Days Are Coming!
BONUS: Neurodivergent Launching & Adulthood Bundle
Learn how to help your autistic young adult launch successfully and thrive.
Sage Advice on Becoming a Bright & Quirky Young Adult, From a Former Stanford Dean
Julie Lythcott-Haims, JD, MFA
Best Marriage Practices for Engineers, Autistics and Those Who Love Them
How Young Neurodivergent Adults Can Self-Advocate at Work
What Parents Have to Say About Learning with Bright & Quirky
I have learned more from these sessions than I have from any neuropsychologist, pediatrician, educator or counselor. I am grateful for all of the professionals who shared their knowledge and passion for these children.
These sessions were so helpful and informative for both clinicians and parents. I really enjoyed the selection of speakers and even though I have been a mental health practitioner for 30 years, I learned many new concepts.
I love the warmth and positive thinking throughout all the talks. The speakers are so inspirational and insightful. It's reassuring to know you're not alone through this challenging parenting journey.
We were in a place of confusion and hopelessness when it came to helping our 2e son. B&Q gave us the right education and tools to change our home life for the better. It is so empowering to know that you can educate yourself and improve your family's situation.
So much content in one place that is difficult to find elsewhere, and a unique viewpoint. Better explanation of how to parent our unique child than we have seen despite years of parenting books, parent coaching/therapy classes. The approach makes sense to us in light of our experience with our B&Q child and what has and has not worked in the past.
All workshops come with an audio download,
written transcript, and lifetime access to the content.
MEET YOUR HOST
Debbie Steinberg Kuntz, LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist and is the Founder of Bright & Quirky. She specializes in helping bright/gifted kids and families with focus, learning, social, emotional and/or behavioral challenges optimize their lives for thriving. She earned her BA at Middlebury College and MA in Child, Couple and Family Therapy at Antioch University. Debbie lives near Seattle with her husband and two sons.
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Our mission is to ease the struggle for bright and quirky kids and parents, help them self-actualize with the help of experts in the fields of mental health and education, and inspire the hope that new ideas and possibilities bring.