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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses what makes Rebecca School (http://www.RebeccaSchool.com) in New York City different. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses what inspired Dr. Stanley Greenspan to write Respecting Autism with him. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses the title of the book, Respecting Autism. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in Oyster Bay, New York. He has…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses what is Floortime. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in Oyster Bay, New York. He has two children and lives…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses what he learned from and admired about Dr. Stanley Greenspan. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in Oyster…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses how the chapters of Respecting Autism are structured. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in Oyster Bay, New…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses what inspired him to write Respecting Autism with Dr. Stanley Greenspan. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses his professional experience. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in Oyster Bay, New York. He has two children…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses why professionals should read Respecting Autism. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in Oyster Bay, New York…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses why parents should read Respecting Autism. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in Oyster Bay, New York. He has…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, author of Respecting Autism, discusses why he works at Rebecca School. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in Oyster Bay, New York. He has two children…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses what was Dr. Stanley Greenspan's involvement with Rebecca School. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses what makes Respecting Autism unique as a publication. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in Oyster Bay, New…

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http://www.RespectingAutism.com: Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses what parents can take away from the book. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of the DIR® model. Dr. Tippy also has a large clinical practice in Oyster Bay, New York. He has…

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Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism on What Is The DIR Model? For more on Respecting Autism, visit http://www.RespectingAutism.com. Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, discusses what is the DIR Model. Dr. Gil Tippy is a founding member of Rebecca School and its Clinical Director. He has evaluated hundreds of children from the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship (DIR®) based perspective, having been mentored by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, the late creator of…

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Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism, answers: What Did You Expect When you Started Rebecca School? For more on Respecting Autism, visit http://www.RespectingAutism.com.

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