I’m Autistic (Asperger’s) – What Now?

Being  autistic (or having Asperger’s), you probably experience a number of challenges. But with help and support, you can live a more peaceful, happy life.

If you are not sure if you’re autistic, it’s helpful to be evaluated by a medical or mental health professional. There are online quizzes that you can take as a first step to help determine if you might be on the spectrum. But seeking a formal diagnosis can be very beneficial. Whatever you choose to do, recognizing that you may be “wired differently” can make your life start to make more sense, and can be a huge relief.

You were born with a neurological difference and are in a minority, which may make aspects of your life frustrating. You have strengths, but there are often challenges.  For example, you might find that you have some of these day-to-day issues:

Serious, pensive man diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder
Serious, pensive man diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder

•    You find it difficult and stressful to be in groups or crowds of people.
•    You get over-stimulated by your surroundings, leading to a feeling of overwhelm.
•    In social situations you can feel very uncomfortable, anxious and awkward.
•    You find it hard to understand people and make friends.
•    You feel as if you can never do things right and or act in ways that you think are “normal”.
•    You have trouble being successful at work and school.
•    You have strong feeling and reactions that are hard to control.
•    Managing your day-to-day life can seem overwhelming.
•    You feel alone in the world.

Often, you can feel depressed, anxious and have low self-esteem.

If you weren’t diagnosed early in life, you didn’t get the help you needed when you were young. Even if you were diagnosed, many people may not have understood you or known how to help you. Whatever your experiences, you may have suffered greatly and you may be struggling now. It’s so important to get help to end your suffering, and make your life as meaningful and enjoyable as possible.

Our objective is to help you realize your full potential,
and accept and care for the wonderful person you are.

It is important to celebrate your strengths and gifts that
many have who are autistic (or Asperger’s).

You may have some of these talents:

•    Ability to focus and pay attention to very fine detail
•    Exceptional long-term memory skills
•    Honest, direct and genuine
•    Strong sense of integrity and fairness
•    Intelligent
•    Expert knowledge in areas of interest
•    Able to think logically
•    Unique and creative ways of looking at things

Woman diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder writing on a chalk board full on math equations
Woman diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder sitting on a sofa on a laptop, appears content and slightly smiling

You can learn how to use and celebrate your gifts

It’s important to know that many people overcome, or at least minimize, a variety of challenges and honor their strengths.

Our aim is to educate and coach people with your aptitudes and challenges, to help you learn how to navigate through life, so that you get the very best out of it that you can. Absolutely every person in this world is different, regardless of their abilities and disabilities, strengths and challenges. What doesn’t work for one person might work very well for you. Together we can explore what you want and need, and what your strengths are, so we can come up with a plan to make the changes that will improve your life.

Some of the areas that we might focus on include:

•    How to change your environment so that it is more comfortable for you
•    Managing your stress and emotions
•    Find ways to cope with overwhelming situations
•    Improve how you do in school and at work
•    Get along better with people and even make friends
•    Embrace your strengths
•    Improve your self-esteem
•    Decrease your anxiety and depression

Two men and a woman sitting in a booth at a restaurant talking and smiling, at least one person is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder

I’m Autistic (Asperger’s) – What Now?

Serious, pensive man diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder

Being autistic (or having Asperger’s), you probably experience a number of challenges. But with help and support, you can live a more peaceful, happy life.

You were born with a neurological difference, and are in a minority, which may make aspects of your life frustrating. You have strengths, but there are often challenges. For example, you might find that you have some of these day-to-day issues:

•    You find it difficult and stressful to be in groups or crowds of people.
•    You get over-stimulated by your surroundings, leading to a feeling of overwhelm.
•    In social situations you can feel very uncomfortable and awkward.
•    You find it hard to understand people and make friends.
•    You feel as if you can never do things right and or act in ways that you think are “normal”.
•    You have trouble being successful at work and school.
•    You have strong feeling and reactions that are hard to control.
•    Managing your day-to-day life can seem overwhelming.
•    You feel alone in the world.

Often, you can feel depressed, anxious and have low self-esteem. If you weren’t diagnosed early in life, you didn’t get the help you needed when you were young. Even if you were diagnosed, many people may not have understood you or known how to help you. Whatever your experiences, you may have suffered greatly and you may be struggling now. It is so important to get help to end your suffering, and make your life as meaningful and enjoyable as possible.

Our objective is to help you realize your full potential, and accept and care for the wonderful person you are.

It is important to celebrate your strengths and gifts that many have who are autistic (or Asperger’s).

Woman diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder writing on a chalk board full on math equations

You may have some of these talents:

•    Ability to focus and pay attention to very fine detail
•    Exceptional long-term memory skills
•    Honest, direct and genuine
•    Strong sense of integrity and fairness
•    Intelligent
•    Expert knowledge in areas of interest
•    Able to think logically
•    Unique and creative ways of looking at things

Woman diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder sitting on a sofa on a laptop, appears content and slightly smiling

You can learn how to use and celebrate your gifts

It’s important to know that many people overcome, or at least minimize, a variety of challenges and honor their strengths.

Our aim is to educate and coach people with your aptitudes and challenges, to help you learn how to navigate through life, so that you get the very best out of it that you can. Absolutely every person in this world is different, regardless of their abilities and disabilities, strengths and challenges. What doesn’t work for one person might work very well for you. Together we can explore what you want and need, and what your strengths are, so we can come up with a plan to make the changes that will improve your life.

Two men and a woman sitting in a booth at a restaurant talking and smiling, at least one person is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorderSome of the areas that we might focus on include:

•    How to change your environment so that it is more comfortable for you
•    Managing your stress and emotions
•    Find ways to cope with overwhelming situations


•    Improve how you do in school and at work
•    Get along better with people and even make friends
•    Embrace your strengths
•    Improve your self-esteem
•    Decrease your anxiety and depression

I’m Autistic (Asperger’s) – What Now?

Serious, pensive man diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder

Being autistic (or Asperger’s), you probably experience a number of challenges.  But with help and support, you can live a more peaceful, happy life.

You were born with a neurological difference and are in a minority, which may make aspects of your life frustrating. You have strengths, but there are often challenges. For example, you might find that you have some of these day-to-day issues:

•    You find it difficult and stressful to be in groups or crowds of people.
•    You get over-stimulated by your surroundings, leading to a feeling of overwhelm.
•    In social situations you can feel very uncomfortable and awkward.
•    You find it hard to understand people and make friends.
•    You feel as if you can never do things right and or act in ways that you think are “normal”.
•    You have trouble being successful at work and school.
•    You have strong feeling and reactions that are hard to control.
•    Managing your day-to-day life can seem overwhelming.
•    You feel alone in the world.

Often, you can feel depressed, anxious and have low self-esteem. If you weren’t diagnosed early in life, you didn’t get the help you needed when you were young. Even if you were diagnosed, many people may not have understood you or known how to help you. Whatever your experiences, you may have suffered greatly and you may be struggling now. It is so important to get help to end your suffering, and make your life as meaningful and enjoyable as possible.

Our objective is to help you realize your full potential, and accept and care for the wonderful person you are.

It is important to celebrate your strengths and gifts that
many have who are autistic (or Asperger’s).

Woman diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder writing on a chalk board full on math equations

You may have some of these talents:

•    Ability to focus and pay attention to very fine detail
•    Exceptional long-term memory skills
•    Honest, direct and genuine
•    Strong sense of integrity and fairness
•    Intelligent
•    Expert knowledge in areas of interest
•    Able to think logically
•    Unique and creative ways of looking at things

You can learn how to use and celebrate your gifts

It’s important to know that many people overcome, or at least minimize, a variety of challenges and honor their strengths.

Woman diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder sitting on a sofa on a laptop, appears content and slightly smiling

Our aim is to educate and coach people with your aptitudes and challenges, to help you learn how to navigate through life, so that you get the very best out of it that you can. Absolutely every person in this world is different, regardless of their abilities and disabilities, strengths and challenges. What doesn’t work for one person might work very well for you. Together we can explore what you want and need, and what your strengths are, so we can come up with a plan to make the changes that will improve your life.

Some of the areas that we might focus on include:

•    How to change your environment so that it is more comfortable for you
•    Managing your stress and emotions
•    Find ways to cope with overwhelming situations
•    Improve how you do in school and at work
•    Get along better with people and even make friends
•    Embrace your strengths
•    Improve your self-esteem
•    Decrease your anxiety and depression

Two men and a woman sitting in a booth at a restaurant talking and smiling, at least one person is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder

We can make this journey together, working at your pace and keeping your needs and objectives in mind, either over video or  phone. We look forward to meeting you and helping you to make your life more fulfilling and enjoyable. Contact us for a free, 15 minute introductory phone call.

We can make this journey together, working at your pace and keeping your needs and objectives in mind, either over video or  phone. We look forward to meeting you and helping you to make your life more fulfilling and enjoyable. Contact us for a free, 15 minute introductory phone call.

We can make this journey together, working at your pace and keeping your needs and objectives in mind, either over video or  phone. We look forward to meeting you and helping you to make your life more fulfilling and enjoyable. Contact us for a free, 15 minute introductory phone call.