We specialise in neuroaffirmative approaches to psychological therapy, consultation, supervision, and training. We work with autistic and neurodivergent children, young people, and adults, using an integrative approach to therapy. Our work includes supporting people to understand themselves better and to develop effective coping strategies. We pay particular attention to the impact of sensory processing differences, and how this influences mental health and wellbeing.

Our therapeutic approaches work well for anyone who identifies as neurodivergent, and people with a learning disability. Person centred care is at the heart of everything we offer, and everything can be fully tailored to meet the needs of each individual.

For organisations, we offer teaching, training and supervision, which can be delivered to groups by our Clinical Psychologist. More information on our courses can be found on our Training page.

Please Contact Us with any questions about what we can offer.

Organisational Development

We offer bespoke training packages, based on the needs of your organisation and your staff team. Our workshops and training sessions cover a wide range of topics, which are created to meet the learning objectives of your business. Some of our most popular courses include: Working with autistic children and young people, Attachment and Adverse Childhood Experiences, and Autism and Neurodivergence. All of these courses have been co-produced alongside autistic people, parents and carers, and can be delivered to groups of staff within your organisation.

We are always happy to have a friendly discussion, free of charge, to consider what might be helpful for your team.

For professionals

We specialise in autism, learning disabilities and neuroaffirmative psychological work. Our Clinical Psychologist has many years of experience in supporting children and families, and in offering supervision to other professionals within this area.

Dr. Michelle Hacking currently offers supervision to mental health workers, Trainee Clinical Psychologists, trainees within the IAPT Learning Disability and Autism course, and housing workers at Salford Council. We are also able to provide reflective practice, and video group supervision.

Please contact us for further information, or for a free video call to discuss this further.