I’m a neurodiverse woman with a unique perspective on trauma and ADHD. My journey has been shaped by personal experiences and my unwavering commitment to helping others. From a late age, I realised that I saw the world through a different lens due to my neurodiversity. Despite the challenges posed by ADHD, I have now embraced my condition, recognising how it has provided me with a distinctive way of understanding and relating to others. Little did I know that my ADHD would become a powerful asset in my therapy career.

I have encountered a fair share of traumas throughout my life, which shaped me into a resilient and compassionate woman. My living experiences have instilled within me a profound understanding of the emotional turmoil that trauma survivors endure, allowing me to connect with her clients on a deeper level. Drawing from my own coping strategies, I have found innovative ways to guide and empower clients. As a counsellor, I’ve identified my strengths, and it’s helped me harness my neurodiversity as an advantage rather than a limitation.

During counselling sessions, I provide my clients with a safe and empathetic space to explore their emotions and work through their traumas. My unique approach to “emotion coaching” involves teaching clients effective ways to manage their emotions and navigate life’s challenges successfully.

Every day is an opportunity to learn and grow personally and professionally. I have a deep-rooted passion for supporting others with ADHD and trauma; it has become my life’s mission. Through my work, I strive to break down societal stigmas around neurodiversity and trauma, advocating for understanding and acceptance.

I hope my story can inspire others by showing them the importance of embracing their neurodiversity and turning personal struggles into a positive force for change. As a counsellor dedicated to supporting people with ADHD, I strive to make a meaningful impact in the lives of those seeking healing and understanding.

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