Media Coverage

Radio Interviews

Springbrook’s Converge Autism Radio

In a podcast episode, entitled “Autism in the Family: A Focus on the Neurotypical Child,” Dr. Kathy Marshack and Dr. Stephanie Holmes discuss the impact and perspective of the child who is not on the spectrum. Dr. Marshack provides insight both professionally and personally into the topic. The discussion will illuminate why being open about autism and discussing autism within the family create understanding and empowerment.


Autism with Dr. Andy McCabe

Dr. Marshack is interviewed on “Autism with Dr. Andy McCabe” about how we can expand our skills for recognizing the patterns that those on the Autism Spectrum see. We can begin to help them navigate through this world, even though they don’t operate from the Theory of Mind.

Video Interviews

Autism Live

On the weekly show “Autism Live,” Dr. Marshack talks about her book: “Life with a Partner or Spouse with Asperger Syndrome: Going Over the Edge?” in which she explains strategies that may help save relationships.

“Out of Mind – Out of Sight: Parenting with a Partner with Asperger Syndrome (ASD),” on AMAZON

“Out of Mind – Out of Sight: Parenting with a Partner with Asperger Syndrome (ASD),” takes an honest look at the unique issues that come up when you’re co-parenting with an Asperger partner. It’s a tough assignment because for the Aspie (ASD) parent so many of the interactions within the family circle, that require empathy, are literally out of mind—out of sight. This is essential reading for the Neuro-Typical (NT) parent to learn more about Asperger Syndrome and find a way to co-parent, co-exist and even thrive within the Asperger/NT family unit.

“WHEN EMPATHY FAILS: The Back Story,” on Clark County Today, with David Madore

In the following three videos you learn of the unbelievable back story that lead to the book “WHEN EMPATHY FAILS: How to Stop Those Hell-Bent on Destroying You.” Dr. Marshack does more than share her incredible true story; she shares hard-learned lessons on how to protect yourself from people who could literally care less about you.