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Autistic Masking and Unmasking

This is a 34-page digital handbook developed for allied health professionals, as well as for Autistic people and their carers. The aim of this resource is to assist you understand what Autisic Masking is, and what practical ways you can consider unmasking (or support someone to unmask).


Included in this guide:

- What is masking?

- Examples of masking

- Consequences and implications of masking to consider

- How do I know if I am masking?

- Strategies for identifying masking as well as a worksheet for the autistic person/client

- Should I unmask? Key considerations for safety

- What is unmasking and what does it look like?

- Common Autisic strengths and a worksheet designed for the Autistic person/client to assist them identify their Autistic strengths

- Strategies for unmasking


This digital file is suitable for all allied health professionals, therapists, Autistic people, as well as parents and carers. 

Autistic Masking and Unmasking

  • Please note: This is a digital file. This resource and its contents are the intellectual property of Amanda Moses Psychology. Each purchase is for individual use only and for use with your clients. If you work in a group practice, each professional must purchase their own copy to use this product. There are strictly no refunds.

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