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  • Growing up, neurodiverse people have often felt alienated by neurotypicals and it may cause them to believe that they aren’t likeable or are different in a bad way.  However when they find a community with similar interests, they can thrive socially.
    Neurodiverse Affirming therapists are aware that the DSM is extremely ableist, and vaguely describes autistic traits. 
    Those with Autism have hyperconnected brains. There are more synapses than neurotypicals, and it influences all aspects of one's life. 
    Neurodiverse people / someone on the spectrum may at times go off on tangents, have passionate conversations about special interests, and find small talk a waste of time.  Those in the neurodiverse community may get distracted mid-conversation and become bored with a conversation because they'd rather be doing something else.
    Autistic people love routines and when the chaotic world feels out of control, they feel safe and get comfort from the familiarity of routine. 
    Repetitive behaviors such as stimming or engaging in echolalia (the repetition of words or phrases) as well as 
    SPecial INterests (SPINs)- or intense passion towards special interests are all typical neurotypical behaviors. 
    Often autistic humans feel things more intensely. Other times, they tune out basic things like hunger, thirst, being tired, or even having to go to the bathroom.   Many have meltdowns or shutdowns. Often they have sensitivity to light, sound, clothing texture, food taste or texture, or even notice electromagnetic buzzing and it’s irritating. 
    Some neurodiverse speak with a flat affect or monotone voice.  Most have a strong fear of rejection. Many are hyper-organized to a degree deemed obsessive by nerotypicals.  Social anxiety and fear grip many.
    All this to say. We get you. If you’re neurodiverse, we would love to help you feel accepted. To help you find your passion and thrive in this neurotypical world. 
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