Are you looking for help with autism counselling, therapy or coaching? Talk to us.
Coaching, counselling and therapy are three different ways of getting one-to-one help when things are getting tough for you to manage on your own – either as an autistic person or someone who cares for an autistic person.
These approaches to getting help are based on a relationship with you and your helper, who will help lead you both in a creative conversation process to heal, inspire and maximise your potential. Helping can be personal, professional or a combination of both. Autism Helping is a skilled process which includes skilled listening and questioning, providing feedback, direction and encouragement.
We specialise in coaching for autistic people and their family members who need support. We’ve been involved in supporting people from a strengths-based perspective of Autism, Aspergers and ADHD for many years. After a ‘chemistry conversation’ over coffee, phone or the internet, we contract around your goals and aspirations, for a pre-agreed term.
We can also advise you in reaching out to an autism counsellor or therapist.
Jonny Drury and Jackie Elliott are both available for private autism coaching.
Jonathan is a qualified coach (PGCert), specialising in autism with a lifetime of experience. Drawing on a range of classical coaching models and integrated approaches including, relational, transpersonal, Gestalt, existential and goal-oriented, he embodies a deep empathic listening for a powerful and effective thinking and growing space. Go to Jonathan’s coaching page for more information.
Together, you and your coach will safely addresses your mental, emotional, physical, social and creative needs, with an emphasis on the role of a healthy spirit. You will both get to know your situation thoroughly and/or whatever you wish to work on, clarify your goals and options, solve any interference and move you assertively forwards to achieve the results you really want and need. Coaching can be highly transformative.
You might like to address;
- a current challenge in your role at work
- wanting to become a better leader
- a performance or development issue
- a challenging relationship
- going through a change
- workplace ‘reasonable adjustments’
- autism, neurodiversity and sensory issues
- improving life-work balance
- family matters
- exploring your level of satisfaction at work
- finding the confidence to explore a new approach
- aspects of yourself and identity
Sessions usually last between 50 and 90 minutes and this would be agreed with the quantity of sessions at the contracting stage. It may be that 3 or 4 sessions is enough for you. Get in touch for our rates.
- Face to face*
- Zoom (video or just audio).
*No face to face during government COVID-19 isolation guidance.
Usually, private meeting rooms in Sheffield or your preferred location.
Jonathan and Jackie follow the EMCC Code of Ethics and are fully insured.
More details will be sent on request. You will be offered an informal, explorative call or meet up to see if, and how, coaching or mentoring could benefit you.