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Working with Neurodiversity

Neurodiverse people can face many challenges in a neurotypical world, for example autistic people are four times more likely to suffer from depression than a neurotypical person. There has also been a steady rise in ADHD identification over the last few years, likely due to improved understanding. 

For some neurodiverse people the therapy room can feel like a challenging environment. On occasions neurodiverse traits such as stimming, masking and hyperfocus can be misinterpreted by health professionals. 


I have worked with many neurodiverse people, and aim to tailor sessions around the client's needs. This often includes visualisation, using art and imagery, music and game play.

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