Celebrating the strengths of neurodivergence
through coaching, comedy, training and public speaking
"The word ‘neurodiversity’ was created as a term to describe a new movement towards neurological diversity being accepted and respected in society. Neurodivergence includes those who live with Dyslexia, Autism, ADHD, Dyspraxia and other neurological conditions" (www.healthassured.org)
My name is Suzi and I am passionate about helping you discover strengths related to your unique and wonderful neurodivergent brain.
I myself am a winning combination of adhd, autism, Tourette's and mild OCD. I have learnt (through hard work, determination and a whole lot of trial and error) to embrace and work with my different way of doing and being. I am now in a position to help others do the same.
I am committed to raising awareness as well as promoting understanding and acceptance of neurominorities who have so much to offer the world.
With my education background, coaching and comedy skills I am able to offer you a unique and empowering experience that will help you on your journey of discovery and adventure
What I specialise in
1:1 coaching - online, face to face or walk & talk
Comedy improvisation workshops for beginners and those with experience
Neurodiversity training - Autism, adhd, Tourette's
Speaker - my life with adhd +
Empowerment group courses
Don't hide or mask any longer, be who you are meant to be...
"It felt great to work with a neurodiverse coach and feel understood and accepted. Our sessions helped me enormously to understand and further accept myself."
The autism training was "really well structured and delivered". The most useful part was "understanding traits and how to "empathise with those on the spectrum - I now feel more aware and able to support autistic clients. One of the best training and best delivered courses I've done, thank you".
- YMCA project worker
"Thank you so much, Suzi, for a fun and very different workshop. Despite it being something new and unknown to me, you made me feel very comfortable straight away. By the end of it my smile muscles were aching!"