Join us online to discuss - What it is like to be neurodiverse in a neurotypical world.
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It is estimated that 1 in 7 people are neurodiverse, meaning that the brain functions, learns and processes information differently to what society expects.
Come along on the 9th March to discover what it is like to be neurodiverse in a neurotypical world.
Demystify the myths, discover the strengths, uncover the challenges and explore the support, adjustments and strategies available to help neurodiverse thinkers work at their best.
About the speaker
Natasha Catchpole, Psychologist and Director, Neurodiversity Uncovered
Natasha is a psychologist who is passionate about championing neurodiversity and helping people to flourish. She has a keen interest in positive psychology, self-development and mindset, which underpin her practice.
Having worked in the field of neurodiversity for over 10 years she has extensive experience working with neurodiverse individuals, their teams and their organisations. She delivers training to raise awareness and understanding and helps support individuals through workplace assessments and coaching.
Natasha’s non-judgemental, reflective and client-centred approach creates a safe space to explore areas of development, uncover strengths and discover new and improved ways of working.
‘Neurodiversity Uncovered’ delivers workplace assessments and coaching for neurodiverse individuals to help them work at their best.
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This event is brought to you by: BCS London South branch