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Somewhere along the muddy highway of history, evidence-based became the buzzword for selling “autism therapy” — even though the evidence for some of the best-known “evidence-based therapies” is rather thin.
But what if we said that therapy must necessarily also be “trauma-informed”, “autist-approved” or “human rights based”?
How many of the therapies offered by the multibillion dollar “evidence-based therapy” industry would qualify?
Perhaps we would be working with a whole new set of emerging evidence.