Do I Have Autism?
For most women, it can be helpful to receive expert advice about whether or not you have autism. A diagnosis can help you access the help you need and ensure that you are looking after yourself in the right way. An official diagnosis is usually available through a psychiatrist, although a clinical psychologist may be able to diagnose.
Your first step in securing a diagnosis should be a visit to your GP who can advise you about referral and waiting times. You may face a waiting list and some women find it hard to convince their GPs to refer them – but you should keep stating your case!
I cannot provide an official diagnosis as I am not a psychologist or psychiatrist. However, if you are looking for more information about whether or not you have autism, I am happy to arrange a single session with you in which I can offer my informed opinion, based on my work with hundreds of clients.
This session is 90 minutes.
Following this, you can choose to proceed with your coaching package of four sessions and pay the balance to a total of £600 for four sessions, or you can use this session as a stand-alone consultation.
If you are not in the UK, please ensure when booking that you scroll to your time zone. If you would like more information, please use the contact form.
The fee for this service is £200 GBP.