Let Me Hear Your Voice: A Family's Triumph Over Autism Characters

Catherine Maurice
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Catherine Maurice is the mother of two autistic children and the author of the book. Catherine is a good mother with a strong faith in God and a huge respect for her family. When she learns her daughter is autistic, Catherine begins a crusade to find the best possible therapy for her child. Although she is reluctant to try behavioral therapy since it seems so harsh, she relies on statistics that show a high success rate. However, Catherine is plagued with doubts, fears, and anxieties about her abilities as a mother, as the scientific field of autism attempts several times to blame the mothers of children for the disease. Through it all, Catherine continues to rise above these notions, and fights for her child's well-being, regardless of what others think of her. She is an angry woman in terms of how psychoanalytical approaches treat the disease...

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