Growing up isn’t always easy. Growing up with a neurodiverse brain (a brain that takes in information, processes, and responds to the world a little differently) can be even harder.
Growing up isn’t always easy.
Growing up with a neurodiverse brain (a brain that takes in information, processes, and responds to the world a little differently) can be even harder.
Feeling completely overwhelmed?
“Where do I fit in?”
“Why do things like making friends seem to be easier for others than for me?”
“Will I be able to do things like go to college, have a job, a relationship, or a family?”
The challenges that young people with neurodiverse brains face are very real. They are more likely to:
I consistently find that young people really benefit from having an ongoing working relationship with a therapist who is experienced in working with individuals with neurodiverse brains. I can help children and adults work towards neurodiversity acceptance and celebration.
“Emmeline is the first person I have ever felt as comfortable opening up to. I have never met someone more understanding and compassionate. She has such a warm, welcoming presence. Every time I speak with her, I feel so inspired. I wish she could live with me so I could talk to her every day!”
“Emmeline is an outstanding therapist , compassionate supervisor, and brilliant educator.I worked alongside Emmeline gaining practicum experience. She draws from an impressive number of years of diverse experience and education. I now refer clients to her and cannot recommend her strongly enough. I wish there were more therapists who had her solid common sense and her boundless empathy. If you have a chance to work with her, you will not walk away disappointed.”
“ Emmeline was my son's counsellor. He was reluctant to speak, but really opened up to her. My husband and I could see him grow in confidence. She also worked with his teachers helping them understand his needs, he is much happier in school now”
“I love Emmeline’s workshops, she's such a knowledgeable speaker and so easy to understand and connect with. Her one about teens and friendships really helped me make sense of my son’s struggles and how I can support him by not being too involved”