An acknowledgment that not all the issues I’m experiencing are my fault or due to internal issues, but because of a society that refuses to accommodate my needs. Teaching actual coping mechanisms and ways to ask for help that are comfortable and practical for me, perhaps even coordinating with an OT for sensory related accommodations, instead of teaching me new ways to barely tolerate masking or encouraging me to take responsibility for things that are entirely outside of my control. Working on being safe during meltdowns and how to head off downward spirals, rather than trying to stamp them out of existence. Not suggesting ways to bond with others or manage executive dysfunction that boil down to ‘have you tried not being autistic?’, but working with the abilities I do have and making usable suggestions. Assuming I am different not deficient, and cease trying to therapize away inconvenient parts of my autism.Could you please expand about the social model applied to therapy?