Hello everyone! I just wanted to reach out to the community because I'd like to share my line of work and some of my successes, concerns, and thoughts. I am a behavior interventionist that utilizes ABA methods and I really enjoy working with all of my clients. They are mostly children diagnosed with Autism, like me. Some can be low functioning, while others are high functioning. Sometimes I feel like I get discouraged because as an individual diagnosed with Autism, I feel like I don't give my clients the proper service that they need. On top of that, I feel that some of the parents that I work with can be judgmental of my work ethic, and that can really put me in a negative vibe because I do all that I can to help their child yet I feel like some parents expect a different style from me, even if I can make a connection with the child and do all that I can to give behavior therapy to my clients. Sometimes I feel that the parents detect my gift, without me even telling the parents or anybody else of my condition EVER. Fortunately, I have a really supportive supervisor and some parents that I work with support me as well. Sometimes I feel like disclosing my condition but at the same time I don't want to. Does anyone have any thoughts or advice that I can use?