An introduction to neurodiversity and transactional analysis

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21st September 2022, 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Open to all
£15
Goldney House, 59 Rounceval Street, Chipping Sodbury, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS37 6AS

What is neurodiversity and what does 'neurologically normal' mean? How does this impact you in daily life? This workshop provides answers!

Join us for a 90-minute workshop to introduce you to this important subject, followed by a 30-minute question and answer session with a psychotherapist specialising in working in this field.

Neurodiversity is ever-increasingly in our awareness. A common view is that of the medical approach to diagnosis of difference, which categorises us as 'neurotypical', 'autistic', 'dyspraxic', and so on.

In this workshop, you'll learn an alternative approach to viewing the variety of thinking styles that people have and, crucially, how this impacts the way we all connect and establish relationships differently. Understanding the impact of this difference is important in all of our relationships, both socially and in the workplace.

You can secure your place by booking via Eventbrite.

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Hosted by Neil Keenan

The workshop will be led by Neil Keenan, a Certified Transactional Analyst in private practice and specialising in working with neurodivergent clients. Neil is also the Training Director at The Wyvern Institute of Psychotherapy and Counselling in Gloucestershire, and his work in the field of autism has been reported in the national press.

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