Larry and Kim Conte are both gifted therapists specializing in guiding people to their best self. Kim has earned a Master of Science in General Psychology and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology empathizing Child Development. She has over 17 years of applied behavior analysis (ABA) and parent coaching expertise helping children and families with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental delays. She is also a Certified Life Coach (CLC) and has been guiding clients and families to succeed at living their best life.
Larry and Kim are both Neuro-Linguistic Practitioners (NLP) and specialize in hypnotherapy. Larry is a Master Hypnotist, Clinical and Medical Hypnotist, specializing in Smoking Cessation. Larry and Kim also specialize in; weight loss, stress reduction, confidence building, and phobia(s). Their goal is to provide you with the best possible care, guiding you towards your personal goals quicker and with ease.
KIM L. CONTE, M.S., CLCAutism Consultant Therapist
Specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorders through the lifespan; development, behavior, social skills, life transitions, play, and parents.
Our philosophy is to introduce a solution-focused process that involves your vision. Our approach and technique utilize the power of awareness, the power of positive thinking, and your sub-conscious along with your vision. We employ a humanistic perspective that involves the whole person and their vision. Creating a sense of self-discovery, self-efficacy, and peace of mind.
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The share of children nationwide diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, according to the most recent estimate from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This is an increase of about 30 percent since 2012.
The projected total cost of caring for all people with autism spectrum disorder (including both direct costs and productivity losses) in the United States by the year 2025, if effective interventions, treatments and services do not become widely available, according to a study in Autism and Developmental Disorders.
The lifetime cost of supporting an individual with both autism spectrum disorder and an intellectual disability, according to a study in JAMA Pediatrics. The cost of supporting someone with autism but without an intellectual disability is $1.4 million, the study found.
The approximate number of people with autism who turn 18 each year, and thus begin aging out of support services, according to the advocacy group Autism Speaks.
The percentage of young adults on the autism spectrum who received no services during their early 20s to help them find a job, continue their education or live more independently, according to a 2015 report from the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute at Drexel University.
The percentage of young adults with autism who are & disconnected & in their early 20s. Meaning that they have never held a job or continued their education after high school, according to the Drexel report.
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