Finding a counsellor who understands your neurotype (that’s a fancy word for brain and central nervous system) can be challenging.

But if you identify as neurodivergent, love someone who is, or might be, neurodivergent, or want to explore the possibility of being neurodivergent, you have come to the right place.

I can help.

My practice provides neurodiversity-affirming counselling for individuals (age 13+), couples, families, and groups.

I also train mental health providers and educators in neurodiversity-affirming practices.

There are more of us doing this work than I thought! In 2021, I founded the Canadian Neurodiversity-Affirming Therapists (CNDAT) Network. We have nearly 150 members and are growing daily. If you are a therapist or allied professional, please join us.

I would love to hear from you! To find out more about my counselling or training services, fill in the contact me form.

To find out more about me, and why I care so much about neurodiversity, see my story.

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***Only a Registered Psychologist or Psychiatrist can assess and diagnose neurodevelopmental conditions and learning disorders.
As a Clinical Social Worker I can explore these with you
but not formally diagnose.***