Supporting neurodivergent clients

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We Know You Care

 

We know you're seeing it

 
You are working with more and more neurodivergent clients but your initial training provider did little more than offer you a box tick in diversity and inclusion
 
You want to provide a service which helps and supports your clients but feel uncertain about how to go about this
You understand how important inclusive practice is but feel scared about getting things wrong

 

We get it
 

All of the strategies in this workshop are drawn from lived experience and are designed to show you simple actions that you can take to make a lasting difference.

What You'll Learn

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Language, labels and why these matter

Creating an accessible and inclusive therapeutic space whether virtual or face to face that meets the needs of your clients
 
Therapeutic adaptations and strategies to support your clients
How to refer onwards

This course includes a resource pack filled with additional resources, recommendations and ideas to help your work

You also gain exclusive access to the course developer, accredited counsellor Ange McMillan to help you implement any strategies. There is ongoing post-session support.

Created and delivered by expert Lottie Storey this course is for youth professionals.

Who I Am

I am a British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy trainee counsellor and specialise in working with neurodivergent clients and body image. 

I have made it my mission to change attitudes and beliefs to create a world where young people and the adults in their lives can think and feel comfortable about themselves.



 
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In House Training

This course is available as in house training for up to 25 people. Email to book your date.

£1200 (Inc VAT)