Counselling For Dyslexia In London Symptoms of dyslexia in adults differ from person to person and how we best respond to our dyslexia is very individual. Sometimes we may feel overwhelmed, confused or anxious, struggling to trust or accept change. Proactively utilising our own coping strategies, having our own structures in place taking care of our own needs, so there is more clarity in our life may also be important for us and we can explore this in the dyslexia counselling, dyspraxia counselling, ADD counselling for ADHD. Our experience of dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD may at times include managing other people's responses to our dyslexia. There can still be a stigma attached to dyslexia, dyspraxia and we may have learnt to cover it up, hide it (even to ourselves), sometimes without even knowing this (as if not wanting to be "found out"). We may fear failure, judgement, criticism - although we may be doing this to ourself, if our "secret" is "revealed". Some of us may feel a bit of a loner, outsider, misunderstood as if no one gets us. We may have a sense of isolation, worry about our social status – struggling to effectively express our feelings and thoughts or form meaningful relationships for a variety of reasons. These may include taking in information and making sense of it, feeling different from others, fearing rejection, struggling to process our thinking, translate what is happening around us. The dyslexia counselling for ADHD/ADD, dyspraxia can be a space to talk about these
Contacting The Counsellor in London Feel free to ring for an initial chat 020 7916 1342 or email me to arrange a meeting at my London counselling practice based in Camden, near Kings Cross. As well as face-to-face counselling I can offer Skype counselling, online counselling as another option.
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