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inTune Pathways: The Podcast

inTune Pathways: The Podcast

Hosted by: Kristy Forbes

As the host of a unique and impactful podcast, Kristy Forbes combines her professional experience as an educator with a special interest in Pathological Demand Avoidance with a personal touch. She brings an authentic...

Episodes

I've been okay all along

Season #2

In this episode, we explore the question posed by a popular Canadian physician: "Not why the addiction, but why the pain?" We'll unravel binary perspectives of behaviour and relationships with food, drugs, and...
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When Declarative Language Activates The Nervous System

Season #2

In this insightful episode, Kristy explores the complex interactions between declarative language and the nervous system in individuals with PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance). She delves into the often misunderstood...
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To Honour or NOT To Honour (my child's request to return to school post-burnout)

Season #2

In this episode of inTune Pathways - The Podcast, host Kristy Forbes delves into the challenging decisions parents face when choosing educational paths for their autistic children, particularly when the children's...
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Is our current approach counterproductive, should we be more proactive?

Season #2

Ā  In This Thought-Provoking Episode: We tackle a question many families face: Is our approach to supporting our PDA autistic children actually counterproductive? We navigate the fine line between respecting our...
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You are not alone

Season #2

In this profound podcast episode, Kristy unpacksĀ the challenges faced by familiesĀ raising and/or being Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) individuals, emphasizing the unique and complex nature of PDA and the...
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Answering your questions: Dad's the one, and We are all different.

Season #2

In this episode, Kristy shares her responses to questions put to her by participants of our Core Programs, inTune with PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) and Critical Care & Recovery for anxious, demand avoidant...
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