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Dr. Sean Inderbitzen, LCSW

Dr. Sean Inderbitzen, LCSW, is a distinguished member of MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers) and has been living with Autism Spectrum Disorder for 32 years. As a highly engaged clinical social worker, he specializes in providing exceptional care within a community health center, focusing on Autism treatment and co-occurring trauma.

Dr. Inderbitzen earned his doctoral degree from Tulane School of Social Work, and his expertise led him to receive a prestigious $40,000 research grant from Mayo Clinic. This grant supports his investigation into the impacts of increased pediatrician confidence on accessing patients suspected of Autism Spectrum Disorder in rural medical settings.

Alongside his research work, Dr. Inderbitzen collaborates with a dedicated team, including Katie Diebhold, LMSW, to study the effectiveness of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy on children with PTSD and Autism Spectrum Disorder. With a profound passion for his field, Dr. Inderbitzen maintains an active practice at a community mental health center, providing invaluable support to individuals on the Autism Spectrum.

His dedication to learning and innovation is evident through mentorships with renowned experts such as Dr. Stephen Porges. Dr. Inderbitzen is also a sought-after consultant for organizations seeking guidance on Autism Spectrum Disorder and Motivational Interviewing.

Furthermore, Dr. Inderbitzen is working on a forthcoming book, slated for release in 2024 by Norton, titled “Autism in Polyvagal Terms.” This book is sure to be a valuable resource, reflecting his extensive knowledge and insights in the field of Autism. Dr. Sean Inderbitzen’s remarkable journey with Autism, combined with his research, clinical practice, and collaborations, establishes him as a highly respected and influential figure in the field of Autism treatment and research.

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