BRIDGE YOUR DIFFERENCES.
BUILD YOUR CONNECTION.
BUILD YOUR CONNECTION.
I'm Laurie and I'm so glad you found your way to me, welcome.
Being in a neurodiverse relationship* brings unique gifts and challenges. You need specialized support--roadmaps and tools that are built with with awareness and appreciation for couples just like you.
I'm so excited to be able to offer that to you right here!
I'm both professionally and personally passionate about making it easier and more rewarding to love someone across the neurological divide. At their best, neurodiverse relationships have so much to teach us about how to love ourselves and others well--with acceptance, understanding, compassion, and deep honesty.
It takes hard work, open minds, and willing hearts, but shared thriving in your relationship is absolutely possible. I hope you find within this space pathways toward more bridge-building, difference-crossing, logic-defying, wide-expansive love.
*"Neurodiverse relationship" is a term for any relationship where one or both partners are neurodivergent (Autistic, Asperger's, ADHD, etc). My focus is primarily on mixed-neurotype relationships where partners have different neurotypes from each other (such as one partner with autism, another with ADHD or one partner with ADHD, another who is neurotypical).
Free Mini-Workbook Download
Here's a free tool, a little gift from me to you, to support self-understanding and partner-compassion in neurodiverse relationships.
This brief-yet-meaningful process will guide you and your partner through 25 questions that will help you understand your own brain and each other's brains. In an hour or less, you 'll make new discoveries and open up new pathways for communication.
There's also an option to do this process on your own if your partner isn't ready or able to join you.
Click the link below to sign up for this instant download, available to you right now.
Listen to Laurie on the podcast "Neurodiverse Love"
Laurie describes how she works with neurodiverse couples as a guest on the podcast "Neurodiverse Love".
You'll hear about how Collaborative Therapy, dialogue, and social construction shape her work as well as indicators of neurodiverse relationships.
"Using Collaborative Therapy to Create Relationship Rubrics, Improve Dialogue, and Reduce Challenges"