Many neurodivergents are born with highly sensitive brains. Add trauma to the mix and those sensitivities can be extremely difficult to live with. Natalie discusses ways in which trauma can manifest as sensitivities in the neurodivergent brain.
New writer, Dana, has autism, ADHD, and PTSD. Here, she discusses what it’s like to live with PTSD, and how you can help.
Clinical nutritionist and neurodivergent, Elizabeth Pattalis, discusses the need for diagnosis to guide effective treatment.
Licensed counsellor, Natalie Drozda, discusses obtaining an accurate diagnosis from the perspective of someone who is not only a mental health clinician but also has multiple neurodivergent conditions herself.
Do you think dissociation is a scary clinical term that only applies to ‘mental’ people. Think again. Chances are, you dissociate regularly. Natalie explains how and why people dissociate, and provides some insightful solutions.
THE BRIGHT SIDE OF AN ANXIOUS LIFE!Sam digs deep to see beyond the pain and search for the brighter side of anxiety, depression, and PTSD.
Define neurodivergent? Define Neurotypical? What counts as neurodivergent? The terminology surrounding neurodiversity is relatively new and many people confuse the basic definitions. Nick Walker outlines what they all mean…