This course will draw on my lived experience as a late diagnosed autistic (and multiply neurodivergent person), my past professional experience as a disability practitioner and my work as a therapist and supervisor who specialises in working with clients who are looking to explore their neurodivergent identity.
The training will include an introduction to my model of neurodivergent wellbeing and how it can be used to support clients. I will also look at a range of tools and resources that can be used to support clients to explore and gain understanding of their own neurodivergent profile. As well as offering practical tools that can help our clients learn to work with themselves to create a life that supports them we will also explore the societal systems and structures that they exists within and how this can impact positively and negatively on their wellbeing.
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This short course will explore what it means to be a neuro-affirming practitioner.
We will explore the following as they might impact on our work with neurodivergent clients:
The neurodiversity paradigm and the language we use.
Models of Disability
Privilege and Systemic Oppression
Accessibility and Inclusive Practice
Permission to work in the way that is right for our clients
Introduction to my Model of Neurodivergent Wellbeing
This Training is aimed at therapists, coaches, mentors, mental health practitioners and other professionals who work with neurodivergent adults and wish to explore more about their own practice with neurodivergent clients.