Lizzy was diagnosed with Dyspraxia aged 34 and is self-employed and runs her own thriving business. She was stuck in a dead end job for 23 years because she didn't know she was capable of much better and thought that was all she deserved. Counselling has changed her life in many ways.
I have been in counselling for almost five years and have been diagnosed with Dyspraxia for 17 years. My counsellor believes in, and practises, play therapy for adults and children alike. (He also has experience of working with dyspraxia, which is why I chose him). The website psychologydictionary.com defines play therapy as “the utilization of play activities […]Read More