Dr Emma Goodall is an autistic author, keynote speaker, researcher and has nearly 20 years experience as a disability and education consultant.
She works both publicly and privately to facilitate the best life outcomes possible for people, including autistics with a range of support needs.
She has written and presented on education, autism, resilience, mental health, interoception, relationships and sexuality for autistic people.
An adjunct Professor at the University of Wollongong and a member of the Australian Society for Autism Research (ASfAR) Executive Committee, on the access committee for the Autism CRC Biobank and an MSc student at University of Southern Queensland. Emma developed an online module on interoception for Torrens University and has collaborated with the Australian Psychological Society to develop an autism specific course for psychologists.
Widely published, Emma writes for both academic journals and for mainstream publishers in the areas of autism, disability, education and disability. She also supports organisations to develop and implement plans to support adult autistics in residential settings and provides life coaching and interoception coaching for autistic adults, children and young people, schools, preschools and other organisations, through her Healthy Possibilities Consultancy.