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It is common for parents of individuals on the autism spectrum to experience a great deal of uncertainty, apprehension, frustration, and concern.
Dr. Arielle Rubin M.D., a Board Certified Autism Specialist, provides parent education and in-depth training into the challenges and demands of parenting your autistic child.
Her unique parent education services are currently available to families who come to her practice for psychiatric evaluations. Starting July 2023, Dr. Rubin will expand her parent education services to include online training and in-depth mental health and autism training to parents in all states.
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Dr. Rubin is an Autism Specialist and licensed to practice medicine in states of Arizona and Texas.
Dr. Rubin's wait list is open to accept patients for 1-1 tele-health psychiatric care starting July 2023. Her psychiatric initial appointments are 60 minutes, with follow up appointments 30 minutes. You can also apply for wait list for specialized parent mental health-autism education services which will also go live July 2023.
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“Can’t say enough good things about Dr. Rubin."
"She treats both her patient and family members with sincere compassion and goes above and beyond to help. We are truly blessed to have her in our corner and highly recommend Dr. Rubin to anyone in need of quality health care.”
About Dr. Arielle Rubin
As a child psychiatrist, certified autism specialist, and sibling of autism, my mission is to provide clarity, confidence, and calm to individuals and families navigating life with autism.
In my 10+ year career as a Mental Health Specialist, I have helped over 200 families and individuals with autism ranging from toddlerhood to adulthood. Well before my professional career, I was my brother’s communicator, interpreter, playmate, and advocate.
As a child I was surrounded by neurodiversity, I engaged in therapeutic and structured play groups as a neurotypical peer. I learned so much from those experiences. Growing up, I experienced first-hand the wonderful and far-reaching effects that a multi-disciplinary team of teachers, doctors, therapists, and extended family had on my brother and by extension me and the rest of my family.
However, as I got older, I realized that not everyone on the autism spectrum receives the comprehensive array of services that my brother had. I decided to dedicate my career to helping individuals with autism thrive. Professionally, I have given talks on autism symptoms and the sibling experience at conferences. I have worked in the autism space as an ABA therapist, pediatric psychiatrist, and sibling advocate for over 10 years. After I completed my undergraduate degree, I decided to go to medical school to become a psychiatrist to help families and patients coordinate the health sector of the autism space and treat associated mental health struggles.
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I help parents of autistic individuals create sustainable systems that allow them and their families to thrive by providing evidence-based, comprehensive, and strengths-based education and tools without placing guilt or blame on parents, or leaving parents unsure of what to believe, or grouping together all autistic individuals.
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