Parent Support

Coaching Sessions for Parents of Neurodivergent Teens and Young People

“It has been an absolute weight off my shoulders to have some additional support. I’ve massively appreciated Amy’s sensitive and positive outlook around the experiences of the wonderful young people we are lucky to share our lives with and I feel well prepared with some practical advice and tools to support him moving forward.” – Parent Feedback

For parents of autistic or ADHD teens who want to gain more understanding of their child, I offer one-off support sessions. Maybe you’re struggling to know what to do for the best for your young person and would like some practical tools. Or perhaps you feel that your child could benefit from some therapeutic support but they are reluctant to engage with the idea of talking therapy.

During the long wait following a referral, or even after a diagnosis, it can be hard as a parent to know what to do next. Often you are left to learn about your child’s neurodivergence yourself and to figure out what works for your family. In this instance it can be helpful to talk to someone who has knowledge and experience of working with neurodivergence. As a neurodivergent therapist myself, I also have personal experience of the ups and downs of parenting a neurodiverse family, including navigating referrals/assessments and the EHCP process. I can work with you and your particular concerns to help you learn about autism or ADHD, provide some therapeutic insights and find the best way forward for your family.

My parent support sessions take place online on an ‘ad hoc’ basis meaning you can book with me as and when you need them. Sessions are 50 minutes long and cost £60 a session. This also includes a follow up email with links and resources as appropriate.

To book a session with me or to find out more, please contact me below.

Back to Autism/ADHD page

You may also find my resources page helpful with some free downloads. And my Etsy shop has some more therapy resources if you’d like to take a look.

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