Neurodiversity and Relationships

We all want healthy, functional, and loving relationships. Transform your relationships by beginning to understand the role Neurodiversity plays in them. Once you can identify how the symptoms influence your interactions, you can then learn better ways of responding instead of reacting. For the individual with Neurodiversity, this means learning how to manage your symptoms. For the non-Neurodiversity individual, this means learning how to respond to frustrations in ways that encourage and motivate your partner.

Changes made:

“Starting to understand” changed to “beginning to understand” for smoother flow.

Responding and not reacting” changed to “responding instead of reacting” for parallel structure.

Clarified the roles of both individuals in the relationship.


Worry refers to the thoughts, images, emotions, and actions of a negative nature in a repetitive, uncontrollable manner that results from a proactive cognitive risk analysis made to avoid or solve anticipated potential threats and their potential consequences.

As an emotion “worry” is experienced from anxiety or concern about a real or imagined issue, often personal issues such as health or finances, or external broader issues.  It’s a natural response to anticipated future problems. Most people experience short-lived periods of worry in their lives without incident; indeed, a mild amount of worrying has positive effects, but with excessive worrisome people they overestimate future dangers in their assessments and in its extremities tend to magnify the situation as a dead-end which results from stress. Chronically worried individuals are also more likely to lack confidence in their problem-solving ability, perceive problems as threats, become easily frustrated when dealing with a problem, and are pessimistic about the outcome of problem-solving efforts.

Seriously anxious people find it difficult to control their worry and typically experience symptoms like restlessness, fatigue, difficulty in concentrating, irritability, muscle tension, and sleep disturbance.


  • Improved health
  • A greater tolerance for handling stressful situations.
  • Improved problem-solving skills and solving problems in the moment.
  • A greater sense of mind-body connection.
  • Improved social skills with existing family/friends and when meeting new people.

Values and Beliefs: Two Hour Session

Some unrest comes to a person from not knowing what is truly important to them in life and making decisions based on what they think they ‘should’ do rather than what is congruent with their values.

It is like driving to a new destination without a current and accurate map. So, if our values and beliefs are the drivers in our life, then what we believe is what tends to happen. In essence, what we focus on is what we get. Coaches support people to get out on the table in a safe manner their identity, values, beliefs, stories, motivations, intentions, and plans, and to explore their patterns of behavior, including whether these patterns are ‘resourceful’ or ‘unresourceful’ to them. Through identifying their drivers and exploring their map, people will have a greater understanding of where they are currently at and what tweaks they may want to make to move forward in a resourceful way. The aim of values and beliefs coaching is for a client to move towards the life they want with their hands on the steering wheel.

Many come to realize that in order to create meaningful and lasting change, they must make that change; that they have choices and can decide what is best for them. Through coaching, people can learn to ask themselves empowering questions and take meaningful actions when challenges arise; they may cease to rely on other people to provide them with happiness and cease ‘the blame game’. Some clients ultimately become aware of how they create their own universe and everything that happens within it.


  • Understand who you really are
  • Decipher why you have made the decisions you have in life
  • Learn how to make choices that suit you better
  • Move forward in life in ways that feel good

This session covers the following:

  • Core beliefs worksheet
  • Values worksheet
  • Elicitation of values
  • My ideal life – what do I want?
  • New values and goals
  • Personal beliefs on new values
  • SMART goals

Trauma de-Briefing

Trauma counseling helps you to identify and come to terms with feelings and emotions you may experience during or after a traumatic event. These emotions will vary from individual to individual. Trauma can involve single incidents such as rape, a car accident, witnessing a robbery, or being involved in a natural disaster. Trauma can also be repeated and enduring emotional distress over a long period of time, such as childhood neglect.

There are many trauma counseling models, and they all have the same primary objectives: to resource you and help you get your life back on track. In time, you will be able to move from simply surviving, which often involves hardship and struggle, to living and eventually being able to thrive.


  • Help you understand your coping mechanisms.
  • Validate your feelings and emotions.
  • Stop using suppression and avoidance as forms of defense.
  • Help you make sense of what has happened to you.
  • Integrate the event meaningfully into your life.
  • Begin to live in the present rather than constantly being triggered by the past.

Tourettes Syndrome

  • Identify strengths and difficulties.
  • Optimize adaptive functioning and personal well-being.
  • Develop stable peer relationships and friendships.
  • Identify effective strategies to manage difficulties.
  • Attain desired goals.
  • Identify triggers.

Time Management

86400 seconds, 1440 minutes per day—what are you doing with this time?

Good time management skills allow you to work smarter, not harder. You learn ways to plan and organize how long you spend on specific activities, enabling you to get more done in less time, even when time is tight and pressures are high.


  • Greater productivity and efficiency.
  • Improved ability to function effectively.
  • Reduced stress.
  • Increased opportunities for advancement.
  • Greater chances to achieve important life and career goals.

The Craving Cycle

Relapse is a process; it’s not an event. To understand relapse prevention, you must understand the stages of relapse. Relapse begins weeks or even months before the occurrence of a physical relapse. Stress significantly impedes addiction recovery and may lead to a desire to relapse. Escaping reality is a major component of the addiction cycle.

It is helpful for addicts to practice ways to slow down, block out distractions, and focus on being calm. Through these practices, those suffering from addiction can become more self-aware and better able to recognize emotional triggers before they ignite the relapse cycle.

In these sessions, I will focus on treating all symptoms of addiction, including the physical, emotional, relational, financial, and spiritual aspects. The goal is to evaluate the whole person to help identify the root causes of addictive behaviors and thereby prevent relapse.


  • Managing sensory overload
  • Developing healthy coping mechanisms
  • Improving self-esteem
  • Establishing routines
  • Creating a consistent environment
  • Identifying triggers

Success Mindset

I strongly believe that happiness and success are mindsets you can develop. Real-world examples abound of people with a success mindset who, despite difficult upbringings, have gone on to achieve amazing things. We’ve seen leaders who’ve battled unbelievable circumstances and still achieved success. Let me empower you with practical life skills that will equip you to develop and maintain a positive and successful growth mindset.

Study Skills: Primary School and High School

Study skills are strategies and approaches used to remember and apply learning content, essential for academic competence. These skills can increase your confidence, competence, and self-esteem, and reduce anxiety about tests and deadlines. By developing effective study skills, learners may be able to reduce the amount of time spent studying, while creatively interacting with content. Learning can become enjoyable!

Study Skills:

  • Learning styles
  • Goal setting
  • Time management
  • Visualization
  • Associations
  • Classification
  • Mental filing
  • Comprehension skills
  • Note-taking
  • Organizational skills
  • Habits

Stress Management Coaching: Age 13 – 18 years (Three One Hour Modules)

This is a practical and fun interactive 3-hour life skills coaching program.

One-hour session per week for three consecutive weeks.

This practical life skills coaching program was designed to reduce and eliminate stress and worry!

Success in the classroom depends on more than a student’s IQ. Their ability to manage emotions and respond to stress impacts their ability to thrive, not just in their relationships at home and school, but academically as well. Thus, emotional intelligence skills are necessary to equip them to successfully regulate their busy schedules and workload.

We understand the stress and uneasiness that can overwhelm students, as well as the increase in self-doubt that can hinder their progress. The rapid changes experienced in life require that students be flexible and know how to take the necessary initiatives to succeed at their very best. Let’s not leave their progress to chance! This course can provide practical skills needed to deal with all these challenges.

Stress is our emotional and physical response to pressure. You have more control over your emotions than you might think; in fact, the simple realization that you’re in control of your choices is the foundation of stress management.

This course can provide the practical skills needed to deal with all these challenges. Managing stress is all about taking charge of your thoughts, emotions, schedule, and the way you deal with problems. Each session will cover practical ways to deal with stress and worry.

First session:

  • What is stress?
  • What are the symptoms of stress?

Second session:

  • What causes stress?
  • How do we carry our stress?

Third session:

  • How can we identify our stress?
  • How can we manage our stress?

Stress Management

The simple realization that you are in control of your life is the foundation of stress management. You have more control than you might think. Managing stress is all about taking charge: of your thoughts, emotions, schedule, and the way you deal with problems. You can learn healthy ways to manage stress. When dealing with stress, we think of the four A’s: avoid, alter, adapt, or accept the stressors. You can either change the situation or change your reaction.

Since everyone has a unique response to stress, there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution to managing it. No single method works for everyone or in every situation, so experiment with different techniques and strategies. Focus on what makes you feel calm and in control. If your methods of coping with stress aren’t contributing to your greater emotional and physical health, it’s time to find healthier ones. There are many healthy ways to manage and cope with stress, but they all require change.

Social Skills

Social skills are the abilities we use to communicate and interact with each other, both verbally and non-verbally, through gestures, body language, and our personal appearance.

Human beings are sociable creatures, and we have developed many ways to convey our messages, thoughts, and feelings to others.

What is said is influenced not only by our tone of voice, volume of speech, and the words we choose, but also by more subtle cues such as body language, gestures, and other non-verbal communication methods.

Developing social skills involves being aware of how we communicate with others, the messages we send, and how our methods of communication can be improved to make our interactions more efficient and effective.


  • More and better relationships: Establishing rapport with individuals leads to more relationships and sometimes friendships.
  • Better communication.
  • Greater efficiency.
  • Advancing career prospects.
  • Increased overall happiness.

Separation / Divorce Care

Separation or divorce is never easy; emotions run in all directions. Have you gone through it or are currently experiencing it? There are many underlying issues that we think we have dealt with. In our meetings, we will explore the following areas:

  • Dealing with hurt
  • Understanding oneself
  • Self-love
  • Forgiveness
  • Personal healing
  • Finding happiness
  • New beginnings


Self-regulation, in the most basic sense, involves controlling one’s thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in a manner that is acceptable and produces positive results. Good self-regulation improves our well-being and enhances our understanding of both our own emotions and those of others, leading to more loving relationships. We can learn to regulate emotions like frustration or excitement, control our impulses, and focus on tasks.


Do you want to feel better about yourself? These sessions will teach you principles and skills that will help you unlock your full potential and guide you towards a more fulfilling life. When you have healthy self-esteem, you feel good about yourself and see yourself as deserving of the respect of others. When you have low self-esteem, you place little value on your opinions and ideas. You might constantly worry that you aren’t good enough. You will learn to communicate assertively, identify strengths, and set goals. We focus on building the six pillars of self-esteem.

The higher your self-esteem, the more you will achieve in your life! In these sessions, we coach you on developing the six pillars of self-esteem.


  • Assertiveness in expressing your needs and opinions
  • Confidence in your ability to make decisions
  • Ability to form secure and honest relationships
  • Realistic expectations and reduced tendency to be overly critical of yourself and others
  • Increased resilience and better ability to cope with stress and setbacks

We cover the following pillars of self-esteem in the three modules:

MODULE 1 – Living consciously & Self-acceptance

MODULE 2 – Self-responsibility & Self-assertiveness

MODULE 3 – Personal integrity & Living purposefully

Self-Esteem Coaching: Age 9 – 12 Years (Six Thirty Minutes Modules)

This is a PRACTICAL and FUN interactive 3-HOUR life skills coaching program.


Why Self-Esteem Matters?

  • Children feel proud of what they can do.
  • Self-esteem helps kids cope with mistakes and encourages them to try again, even if they fail at first. Consequently, self-esteem helps kids perform better at school, at home, and with friends.
  • Kids with positive self-esteem feel confident and capable. They value themselves and their abilities, taking pride in their accomplishments and striving to do their best.
  • When children are confident and secure in who they are, they are more likely to have a growth mindset rather than a fixed mindset. This means they can motivate themselves to take on new challenges, learn from mistakes, and advocate for themselves. They are also more inclined to seek help when needed.
  • The higher the self-esteem, the more children can achieve and accomplish in life!

The Modules cover the following:

  • What positive situations or moments build my self-esteem?
  • How do we build self-esteem?
  • What are my strengths?
  • What strengths do we as a group or class share?
  • How can we use our strengths to help each other?
  • How can I use my strengths to help others?
  • How can my class work together to support each other?

Self-Esteem Coaching: Age 13 – 18 Years (Three One Hour Modules)

This is a PRACTICAL and FUN interactive 3-HOUR life skills coaching program.



Positive self-esteem is important because it allows you to try new things, take healthy risks, and solve problems effectively. In turn, your learning and development will be productive and will set you up for a healthy and positive future.

Self-esteem helps you cope with mistakes and encourages you to try again, even if you fail at first. Consequently, self-esteem helps you perform better at school, at home, and with friends.

The higher the self-esteem, the more you can achieve!


Self-confidence is a feeling of trust in one’s abilities, qualities, and judgment. A healthy sense of self-confidence involves having a balanced view of yourself—taking pride in your abilities while recognizing your flaws. Although self-confidence can mean different things to different people, fundamentally, it means having faith in yourself.

Confidence is, in part, a result of how we have been brought up and how we have been taught. We learn from others how to think about ourselves and how to behave—these lessons affect what we believe about ourselves and others. Confidence is also shaped by our experiences and how we have learned to react to different situations.


  • Performing at your best under stress.
  • Demonstrating leadership and executive presence.
  • Projecting a more positive attitude.
  • Feeling valued.
  • Reducing negative thoughts.
  • Experiencing fearlessness and reduced anxiety.
  • Having greater freedom from social anxiety.
  • Gaining energy and motivation to take action.

Schizophrenia Care Coaching (Six One Hour Modules)

There will be a question and answer session allocated at the end of each of these sessions.

First session:

  • What is Schizophrenia?
  • Definition of Schizophrenia, its causes, and symptoms.
  • Myths about Schizophrenia.
  • Removing stigma associated with Schizophrenia.

Second session:

  • How do we treat Schizophrenia?
  • Therapy and medication.
  • Accepting your diagnosis.
  • Becoming an expert on your illness.

Third session:

  • Identifying emotions.
  • Using this to help recognize red flags.
  • Monitoring your mood (mood diary).
  • Tracking Schizophrenia symptoms and identifying patterns.

Fourth session:

  • Managing symptoms.
  • Education on medication and different therapy approaches.
  • Problem-solving and enhancing social skills.
  • Reintegrating the client into a structured environment.

Fifth session:

  • Self-help strategies for Schizophrenia.
  • Suggestions and recommendations, including books or websites.
  • Establishing a stable routine.
  • Focus on nutrition, sleep, hygiene, etc.
  • Assigning homework (worksheets for the client to complete).
  • Listening to your doctor’s advice.

Sixth session:

  • Creating an emergency treatment plan.
  • Addressing suicidal thoughts, self-harm, and psychosis.
  • Recognizing negative feelings and knowing whom to contact.
  • Understanding psychosis.

Relationship Skills

Good relationships don’t just happen. They take time, patience, and work. I believe the quality of our lives is determined by the quality of our relationships. When we have good, healthy, and functional relationships, we add value to each other’s lives, and life is great!

We cover the following skills in these sessions:

Love, communication, empathy, conflict resolution, commitment, self-management, life skills, and stress management.

Relationship Care Coaching (Six One Hour Modules)

There will be a question and answer session allocated at the end of each of these modules.

First module: Communication Skills; Communication skills: “I” statements, body language, and language style.

Second module: Becoming present with your partner; Getting a chance to speak; Using more descriptive language (emotion wheel).

Third module: Learning a new way to communicate; Fair fighting rules.

Fourth module: Replacing judgment with compassion.

Fifth module: Becoming more positive in relationships; Practicing gratitude, keeping a couple’s journal, appreciating my partner’s qualities.

Sixth module: Values and moving forward with goals.

Relapse Prevention Plan

Addiction recovery varies for each individual. While some people achieve lasting sobriety on their first or second attempt, others struggle with chronic relapse. Relapse is not necessarily inevitable but is common and should be viewed as an opportunity for growth and adjustment in the recovery process.

The best way to prevent another relapse is to seek professional treatment from a program equipped to address the unique needs of chronic relapsers.

There are several strategies commonly used in these sessions that can be helpful to consider before taking the next step on your journey to lifelong sobriety and wellness.

Recovery Coaching

As a Recovery Coach, my aim is to guide clients with substance abuse problems and related mental health issues through the recovery process. In this role, I assist clients in determining their personal goals, recommending community programs, and providing advice to family members on how they can best offer support. Additionally, I support clients in performing daily self-care tasks and managing life activities such as co-dependency issues and self-esteem problems. I have personal experience in overcoming and recovering from substance abuse, which allows me to connect more deeply with people who are still struggling.

Similar to Life Skills Coaching, Recovery coaching uses a partnership model where the client is considered the expert on their own life. They decide what goals are worth pursuing, while I provide expertise in supporting successful change. Recovery coaching focuses on achieving goals that are important to the client, not just those related to recovery. The coach asks questions and offers reflections to help the client gain clarity and decide on actionable steps. Recovery coaching emphasizes honoring values, making decisions based on principles, creating a clear action plan, and utilizing current strengths to achieve future goals. The Recovery Coach also provides accountability to help the client stay on track.

The Recovery Coach supports any positive change, whether it involves helping individuals returning from treatment to avoid relapse, building community support for recovery, or working on life goals unrelated to addiction such as relationships, work, or education.

Recovery coaching is action-oriented, emphasizing improvement in the present and achievement of future goals.

Psychometric Assessment: Career Guidance

A psychometric assessment for career guidance can serve as an invaluable additional resource when making career choices. The assessment aims to highlight the different areas in which you may be best suited to work, based on personal information and the results of administered tests. It is multidimensional, using various methods to gather information to create as clear a picture as possible.

This assessment will not dictate what you should or should not do. It is intended as an informative resource to help guide your career decisions.

The process begins with you completing the intake form. Once you send it back, we will arrange an intake session. Depending on your needs, this session can last up to two hours.

During this session, my goal is to gain a deeper understanding of who you are: your interests, perceived strengths and weaknesses, passions, existing ideas about your future career, and other relevant information. This is also an opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have.

Following the intake session, I will determine which psychometric tests are best suited to your needs. Within three days after the intake session, I will contact you to schedule a time—either morning or afternoon—that suits you to complete the tests.

Finally, I will compile a detailed report for you based on all the information gathered during our session and the results of your tests. This report will be available within 5 working days after the assessment.

We will then schedule a final career counseling session where you can review your report and we can discuss what the results mean for you.

Procrastination: Understand Why and How to Stop!

Procrastination is the intentional and habitual postponement of an important task that should be done now. It is fostered by habit. Therefore, to stop procrastinating, you will need to break old habits and develop new ones.

During this session, you will learn to understand the causes of your procrastination and overcome it through task strategies in an environment where distractions are minimized.

Pre-marital, Couples and Marriage Counselling Course

This TWO-DAY course is comprehensive and intense (two Saturdays a month from 09h00 – 16h00). It is designed to strengthen your relationship, constructively repair any issues, and prepare you for the inevitable challenges and conflicts you may face in your relationship. The approach emphasizes emotional intelligence education, skill-building, and focuses on individual challenges.

Excellent, skills-based marital counseling and coaching can help maintain passion and lead to significantly happier relationships.

DAY 1: UNDERSTANDING ME Identify what each partner brings to the marriage and what adjustments are needed for a successful, lasting relationship.

UNDERSTANDING US Keeping love alive by meeting each other’s important emotional needs and creating passion.

DAY 2: COMMUNICATION AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT The problem is not the problem; it is how you handle it. Learn to listen actively and find win-win solutions within an atmosphere of security, trust, and respect.


Pre-marital Counselling

Premarital counseling helps partners improve their ability to communicate, set realistic expectations for marriage, and develop conflict-resolution skills. Additionally, premarital counseling can help couples establish a positive attitude about seeking help in the future. Historically, premarital counseling has taken place in religious institutions, but an increasing number of non-religious couples are seeking this type of guidance as well. This is mainly because premarital counseling offers significant benefits and can help prevent divorce.


  • Intimacy, affection, and sex
  • Communication skills
  • Finances and money management
  • Expectations, beliefs, and values
  • Children and parenting
  • Decision-making and conflict resolution
  • Dealing with anger and emotions
  • Roles in marriage

Personal Change Management Skills

Why do some people seem to sail gently through all the changes life throws at them, while others get upset if they have to change even their breakfast cereal? The key lies in how you view change and your level of acceptance of uncertainty.

There is plenty of evidence that what we find most stressful as human beings is uncertainty, not change itself. Even the most difficult life events, such as divorce or marital separation, can be more stressful due to the uncertainty they bring.

Very often, it’s not the event itself, but the worries like ‘what will I do?’ or ‘how will the children cope?’ that people find challenging. However, there are some simple skills that you can develop to help you manage change in your own life, whether through work or life events.

Organisational Skills


  • Have you created a dedicated study space?
  • Is the space comfortable enough for you to work in?
  • Do you have all the equipment you need close at hand?
  • Have you thought about how you are going to organize your notes/books?
  • Why is time management important to your studies/work?
  • Have you identified the pressures on your time?
  • Have you thought about how you are going to fit studying in with your work and family commitments?
  • If so, what ideas have you had?
  • Have you drawn up a study timetable?

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

  • Build confidence
  • Set goals
  • Practice mindfulness
  • Develop healthy coping skills
  • Manage relapses
  • Practice self-compassion, acceptance, and commitment

Mindsets: How to Develop and Maintain a Positive Mindset

Your mindset is the collection of thoughts and beliefs that shape your thought habits. These habits affect how you think, feel, and act. Your mindset influences how you interpret the world and perceive yourself. It plays a critical role in how you cope with life’s challenges. In academic settings, a growth mindset can lead to greater achievement and increased effort. When faced with challenges such as finding a new job, individuals with growth mindsets demonstrate greater resilience. They are more likely to persevere through setbacks compared to those with fixed mindsets, who tend to give up more easily.


  • Positive emotions
  • Greater comfort with taking personal risks
  • Pursuit of more ambitious goals
  • Higher motivation
  • Enhanced brain development across various tasks
  • Reduced stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Improved work relationships
  • Higher levels of performance

Mindfulness Coaching: Age 13 -18 years (Four One Hour Modules)

This is a PRACTICAL and FUN interactive FOUR-HOUR life skills coaching program.


Why do we need Mindfulness?

Mindfulness can help both teachers and students reduce stress and anxiety, strengthen attention and focus, support social and emotional growth, and better resolve the inevitable conflicts that arise. It also improves self-esteem, self-regulation, and promotes increased calm.

First session: What is mindfulness?

Second session: How do I start practicing mindfulness?

Third session: How can I use images and spaces to practice mindfulness?

Fourth session: What other activities or strategies can I use to practice mindfulness?


Mindfulness means being aware of what is happening right now without judging the moment or wishing it were different—living in the present. Practicing mindfulness improves our mental health and is something we can practice anytime and anywhere. It is valuable in coping with depression, substance abuse, eating disorders, couples’ conflicts, anxiety disorders, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Mindfulness can also help relieve stress, treat heart disease, lower blood pressure, reduce chronic pain, improve sleep, and alleviate gastrointestinal difficulties. Everyone, including children, should learn mindfulness techniques.

Meares-Irlen Syndrome

  • Identify and specify the support needed.
  • Identify sensory challenges.
  • Manage screen fatigue.
  • Build self-esteem.
  • Find creative solutions.
  • Adapt the learning environment to minimize symptoms.

Marriage Counselling

Marriage counseling is a type of counseling specifically focused on marriages and relationships. We help couples understand their problems and work on solutions. This is a safe space for couples to discuss their issues openly, addressing the real concerns at hand and expressing their thoughts.

Communication is key when solving marriage problems, and marriage counseling is one of the best ways to improve communication skills, achieve mutual understanding, and determine how to move forward as a couple—or amicably end a marriage, if that is the best choice for the couple.

According to relationship and marriage expert Dr. John Gottman, couples often wait an average of six years of being unhappy before seeking help.

To enjoy a happy and healthy marriage, it is crucial to actively work on it. Don’t wait until it’s too late.

Leadership Coaching (Five One Hour Modules)


SESSION 1: Becoming a Person of Influence

Practical and easy-to-apply principles for everyday life:
Managers will see their employees respond with new enthusiasm.
Parents will connect with their children on a deeper level.
Coaches will see players blossom.
Pastors will reach more people.
Salespeople will break records.

SESSION 2: Invaluable Laws of Growth

To reach your potential, you must be intentional about personal growth. This training curriculum will help you understand how personal growth works and how you can develop yourself to become a more effective and fulfilled individual. You will learn how to build your sense of purpose and become more successful in every area of your life, fulfilling your destiny.

SESSION 3: Put Your Dreams to the Test

A DREAM is an inspiring picture of the future that energizes your mind, will, and emotions, empowering you to do everything you can to achieve it. A genuine dream is a picture and blueprint of a person’s PURPOSE and POTENTIAL.


SESSION 4: Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

If you can connect with others—one-on-one, in groups, and with an audience—your sense of community improves, your ability to create teamwork increases, and your influence skyrockets. People who connect with others have better relationships, experience less conflict, and get more things done than those who cannot connect. Leaders who have mastered the art of connection can communicate their ideas persuasively, gaining buy-in and attracting followers.

SESSION 5: Irrefutable Laws of Leadership

This is a practical manual on self-leadership. The laws are practical and applicable. Learn these laws, and people will follow you. You will be encouraged, and your ability to lead will expand. This will help leaders become more self-aware, build stronger relationships, and be more disciplined, enabling the organization to become more innovative, cost-effective, customer-driven, and personally accountable.

Leadership Coaching: Age 13 – 18 years (Four One Hour Modules)

This is a PRACTICAL and FUN interactive 4-HOUR life skills coaching program.


Why do we need Leadership Skills?

Leadership skills inspire students to learn and acquire career development skills. Using leadership skills, students can optimize habits, learning, execution, entertainment, and use of time, thereby becoming more focused and productive in achieving specific goals.

First session: Introduction to Leadership; Exploring the Definition of Leadership

Second session: Leadership Image Activity; Leadership Jigsaw Activity

Third session: Leadership Board Game

Fourth session: Leadership Words and Phrases Activity

Leadership Coaching



Practical and easy principles to apply to everyday life:

  • Managers will see their employees respond with new enthusiasm
  • Parents will connect with their children on a deeper level
  • Coaches will see players blossom
  • Pastors will reach more people
  • Salespeople will break records


To reach your potential, you must be intentional about personal growth. This training curriculum will help you understand how personal growth works and how to develop yourself into a more effective and fulfilled individual. You will learn how to build your sense of purpose and become more successful in every area of your life, fulfilling your destiny.


A DREAM is an inspiring picture of the future that energizes your mind, will, and emotions, empowering you to do everything you can to achieve it. A genuine dream is a picture and blueprint of a person’s PURPOSE and POTENTIAL. BUT WILL IT REWARD YOU?


If you can connect with others – one-on-one, in groups, and with an audience – your sense of community improves, your ability to create teamwork increases, and your influence skyrockets. People who connect with others have better relationships, experience less conflict, and accomplish more than those who cannot connect. Leaders who master the art of connection can communicate their ideas persuasively, gaining buy-in and attracting followers.


This practical manual focuses on self-leadership. The laws are practical and applicable. Master these laws, and people will follow you. You will be encouraged, your leadership abilities will expand, and in turn, you will help organizations become more innovative, cost-effective, customer-driven, and personally accountable.

Lagging Skills Assessment

A lagging skills assessment focuses on identifying specific skills that an individual may struggle with and why they may not be responding adaptively to triggers. The core purpose of the lagging skills assessment is to develop an understanding of unmet expectations or unsolved problems and to provide key stakeholders with a practical guide to collaboratively and proactively address these challenges.


  • Identify and support lagging skills.
  • Devise strategies to support social abilities.
  • Develop conversational skills.
  • Identify individual learning styles.
  • Maximize individual potential.
  • Develop practical life skills.

How to Positively and Effectively Parent your Neurodiversity Child: Virtual Workshop

  • Positive ways of dealing with defiant behavior
  • Effective routines and structures
  • What to say and what not to say to an Neurodiversity child
  • Strengthening and boosting their executive functions
  • Limits on screen time
  • Strategies for self-awareness and self-soothing
  • Creating self-motivation
  • Developing effective emotional regulation skills
  • Setting and enforcing healthy boundaries
  • Implementing effective routines and structures

Group Trauma de-Briefing

The School of Life Counsellors conducts Group Trauma Debriefings, also known as trauma group therapy. These sessions are typically held when four or more individuals have been affected by a traumatic event. Through our Group Debriefing services, we create a safe platform for the group to openly communicate and share their thoughts and feelings about the event or incident. We ensure that the group comprehends the Trauma Process and its recovery phases.


  • Alleviates and mitigates the After Effects of Trauma
  • Facilitates a return to normal levels of functioning
  • Transforms a negative experience into a positive outlook on life
  • Promotes genuine Acceptance of past events
  • Enhances understanding of negative past experiences

Grief and Loss

Grief is the acute pain that accompanies loss. Because it reflects what we love, it can feel all-encompassing. Grief extends beyond the loss of people; when it follows the loss of a loved one, it may be compounded by feelings of guilt and confusion, especially in complex relationships.

Since grief follows its own path, there is no set timetable for the pain after loss, and it’s impossible to completely avoid suffering. In fact, attempts to suppress or deny grief can prolong the process and require additional emotional effort.

For some, grief is short-term, known as acute grief, though pain may resurface unexpectedly. Others experience prolonged grief, known as complicated grief, lasting months or years. Without support, this grief can lead to isolation and loneliness.


  • Focus on specific areas in your life where coping is difficult.
  • Identify strategies and behaviors to help cope and re-engage in daily tasks.
  • Accept your loss.
  • Find comfort in positive memories without feeling overwhelmed by loss.
  • Work through grieving in a safe environment.
  • Understand the normal stages of grief and recognize that your feelings are natural.

Goal Setting with Accountability Coaching

Setting goals helps trigger new behaviors, guides your focus, and sustains momentum in life. Goals also align your focus and promote a sense of self-mastery. Ultimately, you can’t manage what you don’t measure or improve upon something you don’t properly manage. Setting goals facilitates all of these actions and more. Goal setting fosters greater success and performance, motivating us while enhancing our mental health and personal and professional success. Goals propel us forward in life, providing a roadmap and holding us accountable, even in the face of setbacks. Setting and achieving goals helps us clarify what we truly want in life.


  • Provides direction
  • Clarifies what is important
  • Enhances decision-making clarity
  • Empowers control over your future
  • Motivates action
  • Generates personal satisfaction
  • Instills a sense of purpose

Financial Management

Personal finance involves achieving personal financial goals, whether it’s meeting short-term financial needs, planning for retirement, or saving for your child’s college education. Success depends on managing your income, expenses, living requirements, and individual goals within your financial constraints.

To optimize income and savings, becoming financially literate is crucial. This enables you to discern between sound and poor financial advice and make informed decisions. Getting your finances on track doesn’t necessarily mean acquiring new skills but rather applying principles that lead to success in business and career to personal money management.


  • Learn effective budgeting
  • Establish an emergency fund
  • Manage and reduce debt
  • Plan and save for retirement
  • Alleviate financial stress

Family Counselling

Family Counseling is designed to identify family patterns contributing to behavior disorders or mental illnesses and to assist family members in breaking these habits. It involves discussion and problem-solving sessions within the family unit. Through family therapy, the intricate web of interpersonal relationships is examined, aiming to strengthen communication and improve overall family functioning.


  • Resolution of family conflicts
  • Strengthened family bonds and connections
  • Support during life transitions
  • Increased self-esteem
  • Improved group dynamics
  • Enhanced communication

Emotional Resilience

Have you ever noticed how some people get stressed during transitions while others can roll with the punches? It all boils down to emotional resilience. While some of it may be biological, there are traits you can start cultivating today to live life with less resistance and more ease. In uncertain times, developing emotional resilience enables us to withstand stress and catastrophe, manage our emotional reactions, and bounce back after enduring difficult times. It serves as the armor we need for modern life.

Emotional Intelligence Skills

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is about being heart-smart, not just book-smart. It involves the ability to identify, use, understand, and manage your emotions in positive and constructive ways. EQ also encompasses recognizing your own emotional state and that of others. These skills can be developed, focusing on four core abilities:

  • Self-awareness: Recognizing your emotions, understanding how they influence your thoughts and behavior, knowing your strengths and weaknesses, and having self-confidence.
  • Self-management: Controlling impulsive feelings and behaviors, managing emotions in healthy ways, taking initiative, fulfilling commitments, and adapting to change.
  • Social awareness: Understanding the emotions, needs, and concerns of others, perceiving emotional cues, feeling at ease socially, and recognizing power dynamics in groups or organizations.
  • Relationship management: Developing and maintaining positive relationships, communicating effectively, inspiring and influencing others, collaborating within teams, and managing conflicts.


  • Set practical, achievable goals.
  • Develop new skills.
  • Identify and build on strengths.
  • Develop strategies and techniques to overcome difficulties.
  • Develop a greater understanding of self.
  • Improve motor control.


  • Dyslexia: Stress-anxiety connection
  • Navigating dyslexia-related challenges
  • Tailored coaching tools and solutions
  • Navigating emotional aspects of living with dyslexia
  • Set manageable and achievable goals
  • Tips and strategies to improve working memory


  • How and why Dyscalculia causes problems
  • Identifying tools and support to manage challenges
  • Identify classroom accommodations
  • Effectively managing “math” anxiety
  • Identifying common problems
  • Practical solutions

Depression Care Coaching (Six One Hour Modules)

There will be a question and answer time allocated at the end of every one of these sessions.

First session:

  • What is Depression?
  • Definition of Depression, causes, and symptoms.
  • Myths about Depression.
  • Removing stigma from Depression.

Second session:

  • How do we treat Depression?
  • Therapy, medication.
  • Accepting your diagnosis.
  • Become an expert on your illness.

Third session:

  • Identifying emotions.
  • This can be used to help spot red flags.
  • Monitoring your mood (mood diary).
  • Track Depression symptoms and identify patterns.

Fourth session:

  • Managing symptoms.
  • Education on medication and different therapy routes.
  • Problem-solving and enhancing social skills.
  • Reintegrating clients back into a structured environment.

Fifth session:

  • Self-help for Depression.
  • Suggestions and recommendations, books, or websites.
  • Stabilizing routine.
  • Nutrition, sleep, hygiene, etc.
  • Do your homework.
  • The client will be given worksheets to complete.
  • Listen to your doctor.

Sixth session:

  • Making an emergency plan for treatment.
  • Suicidal thoughts, self-harm, psychosis.
  • How to identify bad feelings, and who to call? What is psychosis?


Depression can affect anyone—it impacts one in four of us over our lifetimes. Various factors, including biological makeup, upbringing, and reactions to life events, can increase its likelihood. However, what perpetuates depression is often our coping mechanisms. Our thoughts and actions directly influence our emotions. Depression commonly coexists with feelings of guilt, shame, anger, and anxiety.

What are the vicious cycles that sustain your depression? Break free from these patterns. We can learn to identify triggers and understand how they perpetuate depression. By changing our thoughts and behaviors, we can disrupt these cycles and cultivate healthier mental states.

Couples Counselling

Couples counseling assists couples of all types in recognizing and resolving conflicts to enhance their relationships. Through counseling, couples can make informed decisions about rebuilding and strengthening their bond or pursuing separate paths. Long-term relationships necessitate time, energy, and commitment. While many partners can address issues independently, some may require professional guidance to gain a fresh perspective and collaborate effectively.

Most couples benefit from therapy by gaining insights into relational patterns, improving emotional expression, and developing effective communication and problem-solving skills.


  • Understanding how to resolve conflicts in a healthy manner
  • Developing communication skills that foster a healthy relationship
  • Learning assertiveness without causing offense
  • Expressing needs without resentment or anger
  • Learning acceptance and forgiveness
  • Processing unresolved issues in a safe therapeutic environment
  • Deepening self-understanding and understanding of one’s partner
  • Addressing and navigating crises, such as the loss of a family member
  • Increasing honesty and trust
  • Establishing a supportive environment to prevent isolation and apathy

Counselling for Individuals

Counseling involves assisting individuals in making necessary changes in their ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving. It’s a collaborative, goal-oriented process where a non-judgmental counselor supports the client in sharing their story, setting achievable goals, and developing strategies to accomplish them.

Benefits of counseling:

  • Improved communication and interpersonal skills
  • Greater self-acceptance and self-esteem
  • Ability to change self-defeating behaviors/habits
  • Better expression and management of emotions, including anger
  • Relief from depression, anxiety, or other mental health conditions
  • Increased confidence and decision-making skills
  • Ability to manage stress effectively
  • Improved problem-solving and conflict resolution abilities

Counselling for Families with a Loved One in Addiction

Spouses, siblings, and parents of addicts often shoulder the weight of their loved one’s substance use. Many find it challenging to openly discuss this harmful behavior, leading them to remain silent. Family members can also become emotionally detached and distant due to ongoing conflicts and disappointment with their loved one’s actions. They may internalize blame when the addiction persists or hold the addicted individual responsible for their own unhappiness.

These silences and blame games hinder families from seeking help. Without the right tools, family members may struggle to support someone in active recovery or to care for themselves.

Family therapy sessions are beneficial as they break down guilt and distrust, allowing everyone to express themselves. They promote self-understanding and mutual understanding, facilitating healthy conflict resolution. Families characterized by anger and addiction can transform into tight-knit units capable of supporting each other through open communication and clear boundaries.

Family therapy requires time, and it may be tempting to skip sessions, especially with conflicting schedules and priorities. However, this work is crucial for the mental well-being of all involved, making attendance essential whenever possible.

Coping with Relapse

Coping with Relapse:

After experiencing chronic relapse, it’s common to find oneself immersed in feelings of guilt and shame. While a degree of guilt can help recognize personal responsibility and maintain accountability in the recovery process, excessive guilt can lead to a state of depression and hopelessness. This can manifest as the inner voice suggesting one isn’t deserving of care and that trying again is futile. Often, lingering guilt over past actions or a minor setback can escalate into a full relapse. Instead of remaining in this emotional darkness, it’s essential to acknowledge guilt as a signal to take responsibility for past actions, and then swiftly move forward.

Certainly, this is easier said than done. As a Recovery Coach, I specialize in helping individuals discover new strategies to release guilt and progress confidently in their recovery journey.

Coping Skills

Once you understand your stressors and how you cope with them, you can begin to enhance your coping skills. Awareness of your coping mechanisms is the first step toward improving your overall ability to handle stress. This awareness allows you to assess the effectiveness of your current coping strategies and identify areas for improvement.

Here are the steps to enhance your coping skills:

  • Identify stressors: What situations or factors cause you to experience stress?
  • Determine your current coping methods: How do you typically respond to these stressors?
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of your coping: Are your current strategies helping you achieve your desired outcomes?
  • Study other coping strategies: What effective coping techniques do others use that you might want to adopt?
  • Select coping responses: Decide on the specific strategies you would like to employ in response to your stressors.
  • Reality testing: Assess whether the coping techniques you’ve chosen are practical and feasible for you.
  • Adopt new skills: Develop a plan to integrate new, effective coping skills into your daily life.

By following these steps, you can systematically improve your ability to manage stress and enhance your overall well-being.

Consequences of Addiction

Addiction brings about a variety of detrimental consequences that profoundly affect both the individual with the disease and those in their vicinity. It can lead to depression, psychosis, anxiety, and significantly heighten the risk of suicidal thoughts. Additionally, addiction can severely impair relationships and financial stability, and may even drive individuals towards illicit activities and criminal behavior.

Understanding and confronting these consequences is often challenging for the addict. These sessions aim to unpack and address these repercussions within a therapeutic environment.

Confrontation: How to Confront with Confidence and Skill

There are some difficult conversations you simply can’t shy away from—no matter how adept you are at avoiding confrontation. Whether you’re a people pleaser or not, there comes a time when you need to confront a roommate who’s been leaving the door unlocked, address a parent or relative who’s overstepped, or give constructive feedback to a colleague at work.

If someone in your life is causing you emotional, physical, or ethical distress, eventually, you’ll need the courage to speak up. There’s a way to approach confrontation in a healthy and constructive manner without appearing weak or overly aggressive.

Fortunately, the tendency to avoid confrontations isn’t a permanent trait or genetic curse. With the right habits and mindset shifts, you can train yourself to handle confrontations effectively and confidently.


  • Learn how to be assertive.
  • Opportunity to verbalize needs.
  • Teaches flexibility.
  • Teaches active listening.
  • Recognizes patterns of behavior.
  • Leads to solutions.
  • Practices communication skills.
  • Helps set boundaries.

Communication Skills

In modern times, we are constantly receiving, sending, and processing a large number of messages every day through various means. Having good communication skills enables you to collaborate effectively with others and foster deeper relationships in all aspects of your life. You can convey ideas and emotions clearly and understand the underlying feelings behind information, which helps you empathize and connect better with others. Developing communication skills can also aid in conflict avoidance, facilitate compromise, and improve decision-making processes.

Co-dependant Relationships: Understanding and Overcoming

Over the years, codependency has evolved to describe a dysfunctional pattern of living and problem-solving that develops during childhood under the influence of family rules.

One definition of codependency is a set of maladaptive, compulsive behaviors learned by family members to cope with significant emotional pain and stress.

  • Maladaptive: Inability to develop behaviors that meet one’s needs effectively.
  • Compulsive: Psychological state where a person acts against their own will or conscious desires.
  • Sources of great emotional pain and stress: Include chemical dependency, chronic mental illness, chronic physical illness, physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, divorce, and hypercritical or non-loving environments.

As adults, individuals with codependency tendencies often seek out relationships with partners who may be unreliable, emotionally unavailable, or needy. They tend to take on the role of providing and controlling everything within the relationship while neglecting their own needs and desires, which perpetuates feelings of dissatisfaction.

Healing from codependency is possible. Since it is a learned behavior, it can be unlearned. If you value your relationship and wish to nurture it, focusing on your own healing is essential.

Certified Life Skills Coaching Course

The best decision you can make for yourself and a meaningful career is to empower yourself with a range of effective and practical life skills. Embarking on this journey with us will be one of the most valuable investments you’ve ever made in your life. Investing in yourself is always worthwhile—some argue it’s the only investment that truly matters!

This 17-day program will serve as your map on the path to becoming a Certified School of Life Life Skills Coach and Certified Character Education Coach.

Uncovering and harnessing the potential of the human mind is what sets individuals apart. It’s the difference between simply navigating circumstances and actively creating the life of your dreams. Throughout this training, you will be empowered to not only manifest the life you desire but also to guide others in doing the same. Prepare for an exciting, life-changing experience that will equip you to confidently and competently empower your clients to achieve their aspirations. Stay open-minded to possibilities and approach your learning with curiosity.

The School of Life Coaching Team is dedicated to ensuring that your learning experience is exceptional in every way.

Enjoy the journey, absorb the knowledge, and embrace the transformation.

Career Guidance

A comprehensive developmental program designed to assist individuals in making and implementing informed educational and occupational choices, career guidance, and counseling programs develop an individual’s competencies in self-knowledge, educational and occupational exploration, and career planning.

Benefits of Career Guidance and Counseling:

  • Clarify your career goals.
  • Understand your career options.
  • Gain support from an objective guide.
  • Determine your strengths and weaknesses.
  • Learn key skills.
  • Broaden your perspective.
  • Develop effective strategies.
  • Receive job search support.

Business Coaching

Business coaching is a process used to guide a business from its current state to where the owner envisions it to be.

A business coach assists the owner by helping them clarify their vision and define the values of their business clearly. We challenge our clients and identify areas for development. Our goal is to enhance our clients’ self-management skills, thereby improving their effectiveness and efficiency in business operations.

We provide valuable insights to help you develop short-term, medium-term, and long-term goals and strategies, and identify areas for improvement in your business that may have been overlooked.

Boundaries: Self Empowerement Through Setting and Enforcing Boundaries

Learning how to set boundaries is crucial for owning, respecting, and loving yourself. Setting boundaries allows you to define yourself in a healthy way, fostering self-awareness and self-worth. Each of us has different types of boundaries—physical, emotional, intellectual, time-related, and more—and how these boundaries are respected by others can either be a choice or a violation. Controlling these boundaries involves deciding how to allow people into our personal space without it feeling invasive or disrespectful.


  • Understand different types of boundaries
  • Transform rigid or porous boundaries into healthy ones
  • Learn to set and enforce boundaries effectively
  • Stop feeling like a victim and take responsibility for your choices
  • Find self-definition and self-worth internally, independent of others’ opinions
  • Value, trust, and listen to yourself
  • Recognize that your wants, needs, likes, and dislikes are important
  • Affirm your basic rights

Bipolar Care Coaching (Six One Hour Modules)

Bipolar mental disorder abstract psychological illness concept as a butterfly divided, with one side in grey and sad colors and the other in full bright tones, as a medical metaphor for psychiatric mood or feelings imbalance.

There will be a question and answer time allocated at the end of every one of these sessions.

First session:

  • What is Bipolar?
  • Definition of Bipolar, causes, and symptoms.
  • Myths about Bipolar.
  • Removing stigma from Bipolar.

Second session:

  • How do we treat Bipolar?
  • Therapy, medication.
  • Accepting your diagnosis.
  • Become an expert on your illness.

Third session:

  • Identifying emotions.
  • Using this to help spot red flags.
  • Monitoring your mood (mood diary).
  • Tracking Bipolar symptoms and identifying patterns.

Fourth session:

  • Managing symptoms.
  • Education on medication and different therapy routes.
  • Problem-solving and enhancing social skills.
  • Reintegrating clients back into a structured environment.

Fifth session:

  • Self-help for Bipolar.
  • Suggestions and recommendations: books, websites.
  • Stabilizing routine: nutrition, sleep, hygiene, etc.
  • Doing your homework.
  • Clients will be given worksheets to complete.
  • Listening to your doctor.

Sixth session:

  • Making an emergency plan for treatment.
  • Suicidal thoughts, self-harm, psychosis.
  • How to identify negative feelings and who to call?
  • What is psychosis?

Balance: Managing Your Personal Power

Life is about managing your energy to achieve happiness. Learn to unleash your natural energy, which is the source of your personal power. A strong mental spirit generates a continuous flow of energy that propels you to succeed in every aspect of your life. In this coaching session, we focus on four key areas: Mental – achievements; Emotional – relationships; Physical – health; and Spiritual – fulfillment. What is draining your energy?


  • Cultivating and managing energy generation
  • Finding life balance that fosters happiness
  • Breaking old habits that deplete your vitality
  • Achieving success across all life domains
  • Ensuring continual growth, fostering quality relationships, maintaining mental health, and enhancing physical fitness


  • Identifying core values and life goals
  • Sensory needs awareness
  • Self-advocacy and assertive communication
  • Navigating life transitions
  • Coping with unexpected changes
  • Establishing healthy boundaries

Assertiveness in Relationships

Assertiveness is the ability to stand up for yourself and your rights while respecting the rights and opinions of others. It is crucial in romantic relationships to maintain your identity and foster a healthy partnership. Authenticity is a valuable gift to oneself.


  • Talking openly and honestly about your feelings.
  • Listening to your partner and understanding their point of view.
  • Showing gratitude for gestures, no matter how small.
  • Admitting mistakes and apologizing when necessary.
  • Sharing responsibilities equally with your partner.


Anxiety is a fear response that protects us from harm but can also prevent us from fully experiencing life’s joys. It has the potential to exacerbate itself over time. Developing new behaviors and coping skills can reverse this process, allowing you to find joy in new experiences and manage uncertainty and the stresses of modern life more effectively.


  • Distinguishing between rational and irrational anxiety
  • Identifying anxiety triggers and understanding their causes
  • Learning to cope with the physical sensations of fear
  • Confronting triggers and changing their outcomes
  • Developing new habits and enjoying social interactions

Anger Management

Anger can serve a constructive purpose, allowing you to express negative feelings or motivate you to solve problems. However, excessive anger can lead to issues. You might become so accustomed to feeling angry that you’re unaware of its influence on your behavior. Mastering anger management coping skills can be one of your greatest achievements.


  • Identifying the root causes of anger.
  • Recognizing triggers that provoke anger.
  • Understanding our responses to anger.
  • Recognizing the impact of anger on our lives.
  • Breaking the cycle of anger.
  • Learning coping skills and healthy habits.

Neurodiversity Life Coaching

The benefits of Neurodiversity Coaching are usually immediate and measurable, beginning with the first session. However, it takes time to develop and adopt new habits and ways of thinking. It’s important to realise that Neurodiversity Coaching is not a substitute for appropriate medical treatment, nor is it a replacement for psychotherapy.

For many people with Neurodiversity, there is a desire and ability to achieve great things, but they often struggle to channel their ideas in productive and socially acceptable ways, or to sustain focus until completion.


  • Realising your goals.
  • Developing new skills.
  • Managing emotional states.
  • Educating ourselves about Neurodiversity.

Neurodiversity Information Virtual Workshop

  • What is Neurodiversity?
  • Types of Neurodiversity
  • Neurodiversity and Co-morbidities
  • Myths and Statistics
  • Transition from Childhood to Adulthood
  • Executive Function Impairment
  • Holistic Treatment – Diet, Sleep, Exercise, Medication, and Coaching
  • Neurodiversity and Relationships
  • Neurodiversity and Careers
  • Skills Required to Manage Your Neurodiversity

Neurodiversity Care Support Group

If you are an adult with Neurodiversity or a parent of a child with Neurodiversity, you understand the challenges we face in managing this condition. One valuable resource that may not immediately come to mind is right at hand: yourself and others like you. A wealth of practical information about Neurodiversity resides in the minds of those who live with it every day. Connecting with this community through an Neurodiversity support group can be incredibly beneficial.

Join us to share your personal experiences, feelings, and challenges. At each meeting, Tracey or Anita will equip you with a new practical skill to help you cope and manage your Neurodiversity. We offer emotional comfort and moral support to each other. This support group provides a team of caring individuals ready to offer you a healthy dose of vitamin C – CONNECT!


Our Services

We provide the following services:

Business Coaching, Character Education Curriculum, Corporate Workshops & Wellness, Counselling, Life Coaching, Life Skills Coaching, Life Skills Workshops, Neurodiverse Coaching, Neurodiverse Free School Talks, Neurodiverse Information Workshops, Neurodiverse Lagging Skills Assessments, Neurodiverse Teachers Training Workshops, NLP Coaching, Parenting Workshops, Presentations, Talks, Trauma De-briefing, and a free monthly Neurodiverse Support Group Meeting via Zoom.

Send us a message and we’ll work with you to find a time and day for the session that works best for you. If you are unsure of the life skills you require, we may schedule an evaluation. Initial Assessment covers a quick overview of the person’s background, present difficulties, and the skill set needed to overcome difficulties and overcome obstacles that they are encountering personally or professionally.

We would LOVE to hear from you and hope to meet you soon!


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