I help people on the autism spectrum and other neurodivergent individuals overcome social anxiety and thrive.
Dealing with social anxiety can feel like you’re trying to solve a mega-puzzle with pieces that just don’t seem to fit. Trying to figure out all those unspoken social rules that others seem to easily pick up on can be super stressful. It’s like everyone else got a rulebook that you didn’t. This can sometimes make you feel anxious, alone, and scared of messing up socially. It is so hard to find your place when people around you don’t know how much it takes to pick up a phone call, send a message, or show up at a restaurant. It can feel like being an alien among humans, and it is beyond lonely.I help neurodivergent people reduce their social anxiety so they can live comfortably in a world that often does not accommodate their needs. Social anxiety does not have to keep you from having the life you want. I also believe that trauma, depression, and life transitions need to be viewed from the lens of autism.