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Neurodevelopmental differences (they aren't always "disabilities") are complex and they often overlap with each other and with other conditions.
Doctors, nurses, teachers, and therapists are trained in great depth in their specialties. But, they are seldom cross-trained, and most do not have the job of helping you sort out all the interconnected pieces of your complex life.
That's where a Neurodiversity Family Coach comes in.
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Evidence-based life coaching draws on empirical evidence of strategies that work to enhance goal setting; goal striving; goal attainment; self-awareness; self-regulation; resilience; well-being.
CReW coaching can be beneficial to neurodiverse individuals as well as their family members.
No, coaching is not therapy.
Various forms of therapy may be helpful for neurodiverse individuals or those with co-occurring conditions. In those cases, coaching should be used as a supplement to, not a replacement for, therapy.
The Neurodiversity Family Coach is the facilitator in a working relationship with the client. Coach and client work as equals to explore ways to meet the client's goals.
Coaches do not give advice. Instead, they encourage the client's self-mastery so the client's solutions lead to meaningful and lasting change.
By creating a safe space for you to explore, the Neurodiversity Family Coach uses proven skills in active listening and powerful questioning to help you create awareness, set goals, design actions, and manage your progress.
CReW's coaches set their rates individually, so please check with your coach for their rates during your initial free consultation.
Most coaches fees start at $100 per hour, but some coaches may offer sliding scales or limited scholarship availability. Please inquire with your individual coach for current rates.