We like to be able to help people as soon as they need it. Our clinically led and evidence-based work support service is designed to enable individuals to self-manage their symptoms, remain in or return to work when ready. We always take a holistic, person-centred approach, and focus on physical, cognitive, psychological and emotional needs.  We provide health coaching support with a strong vocational bias to help people restore their day-to-day functioning and quality of life.  We believe that good work is an important part of the recovery pathway and is an outcome that we work towards.  


People who have neurodivergence can find it difficult to manage in certain work environments or changing work environments.  This can result in emotional difficulties and an increased stress response if the person is not fully supported to thrive at work.   We often support people who experience conflict and stress at work because of their neurodivergence and help them to work through this, liaising with their employer to get the support they need to fulfil their role and prevent falling out of work.   


Our service is designed to bridge the gap between employer and employee to ensure the employee remains in work and is able to work in ‘growth’, rather than ‘survival’, mode.   

What do we provide? 

Following referral, we carry out an initial assessment to understand the individual’s current challenges and difficulties in the workplace.  We ascertain what support is required and provide our recommendations.  We provide up to five sessions of health coaching support to enable self-management.


Where requested, we liaise with the individual’s line manager to enable them to provide the support and adaptations required for their colleague to be successful in the workplace.  Additionally, we aim to support and enable employees with neurodivergence to communicate their needs to their line managers so that they can be the best they can be in the workplace. 


We provide a stepped-care approach and are able to offer psychotherapeutic support if need be.   

Anyone who is neurodivergent and who is struggling at work, with or without an official diagnosis.  

To help people who are neurodivergent to thrive and flourish at work, and to manage any challenges they meet at work as a result of their neurodivergence.  

Our clinical team consist of Occupational Psychologists, Health Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists.  The clinical health coach may come from any of these professions.  We provide specialist training for all our clinical team to work as a clinical health coach and they also work as a team to support each individual person with expert skills to thrive again. 

Yes! We liaise with their employers and occupational health, if needed, and provide input beyond the first day at work to ensure that they remain at work for the long term. We support line managers to implement return to work plans and help them to make reasonable adjustments for their employee.  

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