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19 Jan 2016, 12:04 am

Sethno wrote:
Autism is a neurological disorder/difference. What it produces in thinking and behaviour can be called a "social disorder", but it's not a matter of psychology. It involves neurology.

Might want to point your counselor in this direction-

It really would be lovely to encounter a doctor or mental health professional who knows more than I've learned in a few months of reading books. The amount of ignorance in the medical and behavioral health industry indicates they haven't even so much as done a quick skim of a Wikipedia entry.

Diagnosed Bipolar II in 2012, Autism spectrum disorder (moderate) & ADHD in 2015.