About Jan Thompson

Meet Jan Thompson, a compassionate psychotherapist and spiritual life coach with a unique perspective. Her dedication to empowering women, especially those who are neurodivergent, sets her apart.

Jan's Journey:

Jan's journey is a deeply personal one. As a mother to two neurodivergent children, one with autism and the other with dyslexia, she's well-acquainted with the challenges faced by neurodivergent individuals and their families. Her own exploration into the possibility of having ADHD further fuels her passion.

Why Jan Does This:

Jan's work is driven by her belief in the importance of acknowledging the emotional intricacies of women's lives, particularly during pivotal life and hormonal transitions. Her commitment to helping women navigate these shifts with grace and self-empowerment is unwavering.

What Jan Offers:

Jan's extensive background as a registered psychodynamic psychotherapist and Dynamic Interpersonal Therapist equips her with a rich array of tools and techniques. Her approach combines mindfulness, CBT, and therapeutic modalities to create customized programs for each individual.

Jan's specialized focus on perimenopause makes her an invaluable guide for women experiencing this transformative phase. Her empathetic, listening ear, and deep understanding of the challenges women face during this time allow her to offer support that is truly transformative.

Join Jan on Your Neurodiversity Journey:

With Jan's guidance, you'll embark on a journey of self-discovery, personal growth, and empowerment. She's here to help you navigate life's complexities, understand your unique needs, and find new ways of being.

Get in Touch:

Ready to explore how Jan can support your journey? Contact us for a free 15-minute chat and take the first step towards a brighter, more empowered future.


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