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Working with


As an experienced coach and mentor, I will work with you to help you realise your objectives. I provide a supportive and encouraging confidential space where you can explore your thoughts and feelings, gain new insights, and develop skills and strategies.

I specialise in supporting people with Autism (ASC) and /or ADHD, but most people will have co-occurring neurodiverse conditions such as dyslexia, dyspraxia (DCD), dyscalculia, sensory processing disorder (SPD) or pathological demand avoidance (PDA). You do not need to have a formal diagnosis to work with me.

Through 1:1 virtual coaching sessions I will work with you to:

  • Raise your self-awareness about your condition(s) by working with you to develop a personal profile

  • Understand the challenges that you face and what helps and hinders

  • Self-advocate to get the support and reasonable adjustments that you need

  • Develop practical coping strategies that are personalised to you  that really work

  • Support you to implement strategies, take actions and make changes to help you cope with the demands of work, improve work life balance and prevent anxiety and burnout

  • Identify your strengths, interests and values and the best career path and job roles for you

  • Work with you to improve your performance and progress in your chosen career

  • Improve productivity and confidence by working on issues including:

    • Improving communication, interpersonal skills and assertiveness

    • Improving executive functioning, planning prioritising, managing time

    • Improving focus and concentration and minimising distractions

    • Managing changes and transitions

    • Managing energy

    • Understanding sensory differences and sensory overload

    • Reducing anxiety and overwhelm

    • Emotional regulation

    • Building confidence and self esteem

    • Self-advocacy and reducing the need to mask

While I previously considered myself reasonably good at self-advocacy, Ros has worked with me to overcome challenges, to understand why I sometimes struggle, and to develop a toolkit of techniques that help me.

Caroline Boreham – United Learning

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