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Suzy Rowland

Suzy Rowland is a neurodivergent mother of two, one of whom is ADHD and Autistic. She is the author of S.E.N.D. in the Clowns, a poetry collection and ‘I can’t go to school!’: The School Non-Attender’s Workbook a children’s workbook for school non-attenders. She founded the #happyinschool project in 2018 and delivers bespoke neurodiversity training and consultancy and public speaking – specialising in autism and ADHD – rooted in lived experience. Suzy trained as an Holistic Cognitive Behavioural Therapist Practitioner and works as an agent of change with families and young people, mental health professionals, educators, local authorities, charitable and corporate organisations. Her aim is to build knowledge, connections and positive narratives about educating and employing neurodivergent thinkers. She is a PCBT (British Psychological Society approved) Scope & IPSEA trained, Safeguarding Certified, IAPT (Improving Access Psychological Therapy) trainer. She has worked with Universal Music, Express CIC, Fastminds, Richmond Borough Mind, ADHD Embrace, ADHD Foundation, A2nd Voice, Achieving for Children (AfC) and the National Autistic Society as well as private clients, and her articles are widely published.