Richard Howlin PhD

Asperger Syndrome and Developing Minds 





                                                      PRESENTATIONS IN 2017

  • June 8th 7pm:  Childhood & the Neurobehavioral Effects of Screen Use                                                       Center for Daily Living. Northville, Michigan
  • Sept 15th 11am: Joseph Sardony and the Exceptional Mind                                                                              Whitehall Public Library, Whitehall, Michigan
  • Oct 6th 9am: Autism: Transitions into Adulthood                                                                                                  Michigan Rehabilitation Services Training. Lansing Center, Michigan                                                                              

Presentation Topics              

  • Suffering: Psychological & Spritual Perspectives
  • William Blake & the Creative Mind
  • Autism: Adolescent Readiness & Social Integration       
  • Autism & Culture (February 2018, London)

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Richard Howlin, Dipl. Psych. Ph.D. is a clinical developmental psychologist. He has over 25 years of clinical experience in autism spectrum disorders, depression and anxiety. He is published in the areas of social processing,emotional disorders and the impact of Asperger Syndrome on education and work-place adjustment

Dr Howlin lectured 11 years in psychology and psychological assessment at the University of Michigan and has guest lectured at Brunel University (London) and the University of Munich. 

Currently he conducts ongoing consultations and in-services on autistic spectrum disorders and psychological mindfulness in schools and clinics across the United States and Europe. He was trained at the University of Munich and the Max Planck Institute for Psychological Research.

Dr. Howlin maintains a private practice at the Chelsea Center. He is from London and now resides with his family in Chelsea, Michigan.