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How to Find a Four-Leaf Clover

What Autism Can Teach Us About Difference, Connection and Belonging

«A splendid book, full of warmth and understanding and mercifully free of jargon. Rodgers believes the world would be a happier place if we learned to be less judgemental and more accepting of those whose brains work differently from ours»

Mail on Sunday

'We could all use a Jodi in our lives' The New York Times

'A splendid book, full of warmth and understanding' Mail on Sunday

'This book will provide greater acceptance and understanding' Temple Grandin, New York Times bestselling author of Visual Thinking

Jodi Rodgers, on-screen autism specialist from Netflix's Love On the Spectrum, draws on three decades of experience as a teacher and counsellor to help neurodivergent and neurotypical people find ways to communicate, connect, and thrive. Les mer

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'We could all use a Jodi in our lives' The New York Times

'A splendid book, full of warmth and understanding' Mail on Sunday

'This book will provide greater acceptance and understanding' Temple Grandin, New York Times bestselling author of Visual Thinking

Jodi Rodgers, on-screen autism specialist from Netflix's Love On the Spectrum, draws on three decades of experience as a teacher and counsellor to help neurodivergent and neurotypical people find ways to communicate, connect, and thrive.

Blending the latest research on the neurology of the autistic brain with intimate, heart-warming stories about the incredible humans Jodi has worked with during her career, How to Find A Four-Leaf Clover helps us use this knowledge to better understand not only the behaviour of autistic people, but our own. Highlighting how we are more similar than we are different, and that everyone is deserving of love and connection, this inspiring book will help us become more empathetic and curious about all the relationships in our lives.

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Forlag
Souvenir Press Ltd
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
288
ISBN
9781800815438
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
21 x 14 cm

Om forfatteren

Jodi Rodgers is an Australian sexologist, counsellor and special education teacher with 30 years of experience working within the education, disability and sexuality fields. Her private practice 'Birds and Bees' helps neurodivergent people create love and connection. She is the on-screen relationship therapist for Netflix's 'Love on the Spectrum', a feel-good dating show for people with autism, broadcast in seven languages.

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«A splendid book, full of warmth and understanding and mercifully free of jargon. Rodgers believes the world would be a happier place if we learned to be less judgemental and more accepting of those whose brains work differently from ours»

Mail on Sunday

«An empathetic counselor with more than 30 years of experience, Jodi Rodgers enters the world of many individual autistic people. She will serve as your guide to their inner experiences. This book will provide greater acceptance and understanding»

Temple Grandin, New York Times-bestselling author of VISUAL THINKING

«We all know Jodi Rodgers from the fabulous TV show Love on the Spectrum. As a psychologist myself, I have been able to see on TV what an excellent clinician she is. It is no mystery why her autistic patients place their trust in her. They recognize that she is not just "assessing" them; she is genuinely interested in them. In this marvellous book, Rodgers makes it clear that neurodivergent and neurotypical people all want the same things: love, security, and to be free of loneliness»

Cathy Gildiner, author of GOOD MORNING MONSTER

«While reading Jodi's stories, I was warmly and consistently reminded that different does not mean less than»

Jory Fleming, author of HOW TO BE HUMAN

«Rodgers combines the latest research with real-life stories - the result shines light on all relationships»

Therapy Today

«Praise for Jodi Rodgers»

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«We could all use a Jodi in our lives»

The New York Times

«Relationship expert and all-round lovely human»

Marie Claire

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