Updated: Nov 2
When Beth Dlabik noticed her son wasn’t progressing the way she expected, she searched for answers. Later her son was diagnosed with high-functioning autism and she struggled to find the resources she needed to help him, as well as herself and her family.
Knowing from personal experience how difficult it is to get the right information, Beth strives to be the neurodiversity coach for others that she always wished she had in the past.
We sat down with Beth to discuss how she operates her coaching sessions, and she spoke to us about several areas of coaching she provides. Particularly, Beth dove into how she works with individuals with neurodiversity entering the workforce and parents of neurodivergent children. The overall central message of the talk: remember that being different isn’t always a bad thing. In actuality, it can be quite beautiful.
Check out the attached video and corresponding podcast chapters below for more insight:
00:00 – 00:42 Introduction of Beth Dlabik
00:43 - 01:11 Who Does Beth Work With?
01:12 - 02:29 What Can You Expect from Working with Beth?
02:30 - 03:25 What Are Sessions with Beth Like?
03:26 - 04:28 What is Beth’s Best Piece of Advice for Parents of Special Needs Children?
04:29 - 06:02 Beth’s Personal Experience with the Special Needs Community
06:03 - 06:41 A Special Closing Message from Beth
Learn more about all the ways Beth Dlabik can help you at our team home page.
And if you are interested in booking a session with Beth, you can contact Beth to schedule a complimentary 30 minute chat.