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Neurodivergent Voices in Therapy: Part 3, with Tracy Clark

This is the third of a 4-part mini-series where we explore running a private practice when affected by autism, ADHD, dyslexia or a combination of those things. 

And today I am talking to Tracy Clark about the issues she faces as a business owner with dyslexia, and ways she's found that help her. 

So if you are neuroduvergent or know someone that is, this is for you. 

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This week I am talking with Tracy Clark about running a practice with dyslexia.

I’ve known Tracy for some time: she used to be a member of the Grow Your Private Practice membership, and I couldn't be happier to have her as a guest in the Neurodivergent Voices in Therapy series.

Tracy is a neurodivergent therapist who supports and works alongside neurodiverse young people, adults and couples. 

And today we talk about:

  • The impact of a dyslexia diagnosis
  • The benefits of self-disclosure
  • Dyslexia and running a business
  • The importance of trusting your intuition and trusting the process
  • The need for robust self-care
  • Positives of dyslexia in the therapy room

About Tracy Clark

Tracy says:

"I am a neurodivergent therapist who supports and works alongside neurodiverse young people, adults and couples. 

Within my working week I can be found working 2 days a week in a charity in the central belt of Scotland and the rest of the week in my private practice. I am also a supervisor of trainee therapists as well as qualified therapists. 

My interest in working alongside neurodivergent individuals comes from both a personal perspective as well as a professional capacity, also as a supervisor being able to support other therapists.

I have also delivered workshops in this area, as well as being invited to chat with the lovely Jane Travis now twice on this topic, which is very close to my heart. 

More awareness, more conversations means embracing the amazing uniqueness of human beings. 

For some downtime and self-care I also offer doodle workshops check out the links for more information, as well as workshops with CTUK (Counsellors Together UK) or Onlinevents."

Links

Be sure to connect with Tracy on LinkedIn

And check out her website here

You can take a listen to the previous podcast we recorded Ep 107, How making a typo changed Tracys business


I hope this has helped you whether you are dyslexic yourself or know people that are.

And if you are neurodivergent and are looking for a supervisor, check Tracy out. And keep an eye out for both her doodling workshops, or talks on Onlinevents

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Jane


Jane lives in beautiful Lincoln with her 2 boys and rescue dog. When she's not talking about herself in the third person, she's usually found with her feet up and eating Maltesers. Sometimes she even shares them with friends.