Just 6 sessions later…
I was put forward by my sons social worker for this course and I was a bit sceptical about it as I have done so many courses and just thought “oh here goes another” but to my surprise Lyn’s approach is very different from anything else out there. I can honestly say her way of thinking/doing really does have a positive effect. Things had been very difficult/tense within my household my son has autism and ADHD and the last few years had been a downward spiral. Having done this course I feel more positive and things with my son have improved we have better communication and a positive safety plan put into place now if and when he has a bad day. I would recommend Lyn to any parents/Carers struggling. I have also requested a follow up session with Lyn to check in on how things are going.
Practical Support Included Online Referral to CAMHS
My husband and I met Lyn on an ADHD workshop shortly after our daughter (8yrs old) was privately diagnosed about 11 months ago. Since then we’ve asked Lyn to come and help, coach and support us as a family.
She has offered us lots of useful tools and given much advice. Lyn has been a great support to me personally and it’s great to know she’s always in the back ground should you need her. Always very quick to respond.
Recently Lyn has also supported and guided me with an online referral to Camhs for my daughter. I’m extremely grateful and very glad to have met Lyn. She has much knowledge and experience to share.
Difficult subject areas are no problem for Lyn!
Social services provided our 23 year old son (ADHD, ASD, learning disabilities, dyspraxia..) with Lyn’s services a couple of years ago, and again more recently for 6 months of 1 to 1 coaching. She has helped us both no end with her help, support and advice. Working in particular on the more difficult subjects such as hygiene, social media safety, sexual health , money and drug use is never easy, but she has found ways to get to grips with these difficult conversations admirably!
We highly recommend her!
‘Who’s in Charge?’ (Parenting Programme)
The ‘Who’s in Charge?’ workshop was insightful, full of ideas and suggestions with how to manage all sorts of behaviours. As a small group we bonded and supported each other, with great understanding and knowledgeable teachers with lived experiences. The workshop opened our minds to new ways of thinking, ideas and the feeling we aren’t on our own. As a parent with a 10 year old boy with Aspergers, ADHD, SPD, anxiety and epilepsy this is a great workshop. I really recommend this to parents that have children who have challenging behaviours.