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Access to mental health support and therapeutic services can be very challenging for those with physical disabilities, chronic illness and/or neurodiverse traits. Below I outline what measures I have put in place to help my practice as accessible as possible. 

Covid Concerns

If you are concerned about contracting covid for any reason, I will work with you to help make things as safe as possible. This can include working with windows open, even in winter, masking in sessions and regular testing. I am happy to collaborate with you to help you feel safer and more comfortable. 

Mobility Concerns

Unfortunately neither of my locations are wheelchair accessible, something extremely difficult to find in affordable office space for this type of work. My Pimlico office has fewer steps, but still requires at least one flight of stairs, which have 11 steps and do have a handrail. If mobility limitations are variable for you, we can work in person or online depending on the needs you have each week. 


Whilst I am not a specialist in working with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia or other forms of neurodiversity, I do have professional and personal experience and understanding of the lived experiences of these issues. I would like to work collaboratively to make sure you have what you need to access the space, such as time adjustments, breaks, session reminders, fidget toys, needing to eat or drink in session, or determining what is comfortable levels of eye contact. There will be no shaming, pathologising or helping you to unnecessarily 'overcome' traits of your difference.

Chronic Illness

I am aware that for many with chronic illness there often needs to be more flexibility. This could be moving between online and in person at short notice, adjustments session appointment times or length of sessions, or taking extra precautions with 'minor' illnesses like colds.

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