Anxiety and Stress
Anxiety is the feeling of fear, dread and uneasiness. It’s those apprehensive feelings of what might be.
Some people may experience sweat, restlessness, fast heartbeat, tension and stress. Many people have anxiety and some may need more support than others.
Cami was a volunteer counsellor at SADAG for over 3 years, which in addition to her education, developed specialised ways to help others manage anxiety including help with panic attacks.
Cami does not adhere to the disease model when approaching autistic coaching.
She has extensive experience working with children, adolescences and adults on the spectrum and is a certified autism specialist.
She has developed the RISE Approach as a non-invasive and non-adversive alternative to neurodiverse education and coaching.
Her blog, Everything Autism – An Adult Perspective, is aimed at encouraging a safe, non-judgemental platform for autistic voices to be heard.
While volunteering at CHOC for many years, Cami developed the necessary skills to help people deal and cope with trauma.
Her ability to empathise and support people through traumatic experiences and times of grief is one of her strengths.