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Meet Helen a Neurodiversity-Affirming Counsellor

Meet Helen a Neurodiversity-Affirming Counsellor

We wanted you to ‘meet’ Helen Poulos one of our gorgeous new stockists, who is a Neurodiversity-Affirming Counsellor in case you’re in need.

She is a proud mum of two and has been a primary school teacher for over a decade, and also a professionally qualified Counsellor.

She empowers families and people of all ages to understand, identify and meet their children’s and their own emotional, sensory, academic, and physiological needs. Being neurodivergent herself means a personal understanding of different life experiences.

When it comes to hobbies, her true passion has always been helping people but what energises her the most is learning about neurodivergence, mental health and neurodiversity-affirming practice.

Helen’s particular areas of interest: raising children respectful to their neurology, CPTSD and identifying and supporting late identified adults throughout their journey of identifying their neurology.

Her clients say they feel a sense of relief, they're validated (usually after being dismissed when initially trying to seek a referral for diagnosis). They're able to gain priceless insight into their struggles and finally have access to the strategies that may help them proudly meet their neurodivergent needs and thrive.

Her adolescent clients feel they're finally speaking to someone who "gets" them.

She supports people Australia-wide on telehealth and have consulting rooms in Sydney's Inner West. She will soon be accepting NDIS funded self and plan managed clients. She has some availability for new clients so if you're in need of support feel free to reach out for a chat!

Contact Helen:


Insta: askcounselling


Or to book a discovery call via

0483 191 198

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