Introducing Young Adults with Autism: Independence and Mental Health (AAIM) Group at the UCLA CAN Clinic
Dr. Caroline Grantz
The Young Adults with Autism: Independence and Mental Health (AAIM) Group will start at the UCLA Child and Adult Neurodevelopmental (CAN) Clinic. AAIM is a 12-week education and support group for young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The group will focus on the challenges young adults with ASD who identify as male may face, including anxiety, depression, and building independence. Facilitated by the CAN clinic trainees and supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Caroline Grantz, this group is designed to both inform and to provide strategies around difficulties that may arise from being a young adult with ASD. If interested, please contact us at 310-794-4008 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Some insurance plans accepted for this service. Telehealth appointments may be available.
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