Neuro-Crash Ceasefire: Setting Boundaries & Gaining Control

A solution-based mini-course with both personal and interpersonal applications, Neuro-Crash Ceasefire gives you a new way to understand your brain and how it interacts with the world.

Come join us for this mini-workshop, addressing two (of the six) important causes of Neuro-Crashes, and acquire paradigm-shifting info that will enable you to:

  • Set boundaries so that you’re not saying “yes” to things you don’t want to do. (Almost everyone completely misunderstands what boundaries are – and, thus, they think they are setting boundaries when they are not.)
  • Articulate a boundary in a language that others can understand and digest.
  • Get out of the “have-to” spiral – and shut down the pressure cooker that it fires up.
  • Turn “out of control” into “in control.” (Feeling like you – or your life – is out of control actually comes not from your life nor something you’re doing wrong but rather from a legitimate confusion about what is and isn’t within your control.)
  • Make peace with the specific aspects of life (what others think, decisions your boss makes, how your significant other reacts to something, the political situation, the weather) that you cannot control.
  • Cease reacting in ways you don’t want or can’t understand.

Complete with super clear explanations, very useful handouts, and opportunities to begin implementation, this mini-workshop is the second of three, each of which addresses one of the three pillars of mastering your own Neuro-Crashes.



1. Raun K. Kaufman:

Author, lecturer, and former CEO Raun K. Kaufman has worked with people on the subject of mental and emotional well-being, relationships, and dealing with extreme situations for the past 25+ years - and training others to do the same.

  • An international lecturer and graduate of the Ivy League’s Brown University with a degree in Biomedical Ethics, Raun has completed lecture tours in the U.S., United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Romania, France, Japan, Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
  • He has been interviewed by media such as National Public Radio, BBC Television, Fox News Channel, The London Telegraph, and People Magazine.
  • Along with Kate C. Wilde, he pioneered the concept of the Neuro-Crash and the tools of S.O.S. (Signals of Stress) and Rise Above Questions.
  • As a child, Raun was diagnosed with so-called “severe” (non-speaking) autism and recommended for lifelong institutionalization. Instead, his parents worked with him in a totally new way they developed, enabling him to blossom, grow, and, ultimately, accomplish everything his parents were promised he would not. A book and television movie were made about his journey.
  • He is the author of the award-winning book, Autism Breakthrough: The Groundbreaking Method That Has Helped Families All Over the World.

2. Kate C. Wilde:

Kate C. Wilde has spent the last 30 years on the subject of mental and emotional well-being, relationships, and dealing with extreme situations, as well as with therapists, educators, and schools.

  • Renowned for the courses she teaches throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia, Kate also speaks at worldwide online summits.
  • She has intensively trained and qualified more than forty professionals who have gone on to help thousands of families, children, and educators across the globe.
    Along with Raun K. Kaufman, she pioneered the concept of the Neuro-Crash and the tools of S.O.S. (Signals of Stress) and Rise Above Questions.
  • She is a columnist for Exceptional Needs Today and has written articles for such publications as Autism Parenting Magazine in the U.S. and SEN Magazine in the U.K.
  • She is the author of the acclaimed books, Autistic Logistics: A Parent’s Guide to Tackling Bedtime, Toilet Training, Tantrums, Hitting, and Other Everyday Challenges, The Autism Language Launcher: A Parent’s Guide to Helping Your Child Turn Sounds and Words Into Simple Conversations and Autism Abracadabra: Seven Magic Ingredients to Help Develop Your Child’s Interactive Attention Span.