Our diagnostic assessments can identify Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) as a Specific Learning Difficulty. Assessments are conducted by British Psychological Society (BPS) Chartered Psychologists who are Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
The assessment process takes about 3 hours and involves psychological testing, completion of checklists, and a personal history interview. Assessment findings are presented in a written report.
For further information or to arrange an assessment telephone:
020 8340 2088 or Email
Our specialised coaching is designed to help dyslexics manage their disability and improve their work performance.
Coaching is tailored to individual need and can address issues ranging from cognitive weaknesses in memory and verbal communication to psychological difficulties such as Imposter Syndrome.
Designed for Managers, HR professionals and Diversity & Inclusion specialists, this workshop provides practical guidance on how to recognise dyslexia and other neuro-diverse conditions, and how to support disabled employees so they can realise their full potential. The workshop examines:
...Definitions of dyslexia and other neurodiverse conditions.
...The impact of neurodiversity in the workplace.
...Strengths and weaknesses of neurodiverse employees.
...The Equality Act (2010) & Reasonable Adjustments.
...Dyslexia, Neurodiversity & Inclusivity.
This intensive training workshop is designed for dyslexics and focuses on strategies for developing powerful memory and verbal communication skills.
The objective of this workshop is to provide practical advice and guidance on how to combat the memory and information processing difficulties that characterise dyslexia.
The workshop is suitable for you if you are dyslexic and want to improve your memory functioning and verbal communication, as well as your learning ability, personal effectiveness and/or work productivity.
This training is delivered at the BPS training rooms in the City of London (nearest tube/rail stations are Old Street and Moorgate).
The workshop presenter is Gregory Fitzgibbon, a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.
NB If you are dyslexic you might be interested in our life coaching, which includes specialist coaching to help you improve your short term memory and related skills - contact us to discuss further.
T. 020 8340 2088 or Email