Webinars and Masterclasses

Schools Webinar: The science behind behaviour: An approach that actually works.

Access webinar here Over the last 30 years we have learnt so much more about how the brain operates. The evidence very clearly shows that traditional school behaviour policies are not aligned with what we now know about the brain’s structure and function. In many cases traditional behaviour policies are actively (but not intentionally) discriminating …

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Webinar – Neurodiversity and Unconscious Bias in the Workplace’

Access Webinar Here Thriving in the workplace as a neurodiverse person or someone with executive functions skills challenges can be very tough, with many feeling misunderstood, overlooked, undervalued, and at times, discriminated against. This is exacerbated in a huge proportion of workplaces in which colleagues don’t understand or assume the worst about neurodiversity. In this …

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Webinar – Women & ADHD

Enter Webinar We are thrilled to welcome back Lisa and Phil from ADHD 360 as we discuss the often taboo subject of ADHD in women. We will cover how ADHD is often misdiagnosed as depression and/or anxiety in Women and the overlap of AD(H)D with the premenstrual syndrome (PMS & PMDD), migraine, menarche (onset of …

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Masterclass – Improve your relationship with time management: Get on time, up to date and on schedule.

View Masterclass The way we picture ourselves as a person who manages their time influences how we ACT as a person who manages their time – either successfully or unsuccessfully. By learning how your self-talk and time management approach influences your ability to prioritise and get things done, you will be able to better set …

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Autism at University – Support discussion with Linda Philips of Autism Routemap.

Victoria Bagnall of Connections in Mind joins forces with Linda Philips of Autism Routemap for this important discussion on supporting students with Autism at university. Victoria and Linda tell the story of their journey with neurodiversity, and what they have learnt from supporting students on their own journeys. This recording goes into detail about the …

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