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Anxiety is a feeling, like all of our other feelings, but why in-particular do neurodivergent individuals of all ages experience anxiety so frequently?
The challenges that come with being neurodivergent
Having a co-occurring neurodivergency or other disorder
✅ Join us for this engaging webinar where we will explore anxiety, the neuroscience, the symptoms, help you to identify why you or a loved one struggles with anxiety and provide you with effective tools to support you and much more!
Date and time: Thursday 8th February at 8pm
Refund Policy: Refunds Up to 7 days before the event
ABOUT THIS EVENT
Length of event: 90 Minutes
🧠 Anxiety In Autism: The National Autistic Society released figures that 50% of Autistic people will experience anxiety that has a significant impact on their everyday lives
🧠 Anxiety In Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): There is evidence that anxiety is more common in ADHD people. This has resulted in misdiagnosis in adults of an anxiety disorder rather than ADHD, especially in female adults. One of the reasons for this is that the two conditions can co-occur and their symptoms can look the same.
🧠 Anxiety in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Due to the levels of anxiety experienced within OCD, until 2013, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) defined OCD as a type of anxiety disorder. In the latest edition, the DSM - 5, this was changed because, unlike anxiety disorders, OCD is characterised by obsessions and compulsions.
These are just 3 examples of neurodivergencies and the close connection with anxiety. You can already see the importance of understanding anxiety as it can be so negatively impactful in neurodivergent peoples lives.
We have to start to be more mindful of WHY someone is anxious by identifying the triggers and through a neurodiverse lens.
This webinar is designed to give you an increased awareness of the causes of anxiety in neurodivergencies as well as advice and tips for how to manage these unwanted feelings and overall to reduce them.
It is time to live an anxiety free life today!
About Tanya Bright
Hi there my name is Tanya Bright, founder of The Bright Centre, where I offer unique services through my various expertise of the mind.
Since 2018 I have coached people around the world to understand their minds so that they can be the masters of their lives & lead healthier & happier lives. Neurodivergency is very prominent in my family which is what led me to specialise in this area. I am an advocate for neurodiversity and neuroinclusion.
I have created and run a highly sought after course called Navigating The Neuroverse: Autism & ADHD
I also focus on improving mental health & neurodiversity in the workplace and educational institutions by offering services to ensure employees and students needs are supported.
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