Neuroscience informed ideas to make mindfulness more accessible to the neurodivergent community
Jessica Andexer offers unique neuroscience informed and nature based well-being work, for individuals, groups and organisations. Everyone has a right to better understand how their brain, body and emotional well being function, what impacts this and how to find deeper wellbeing, aliveness and connection.
‘My intention is to aid mental health, reduce anxiety and encourage the learning and practice of tools that have real and positive impact on the management of stress’.
Jessica’s work is geared to helping develop practical skills to better manage this stressful world we are living and working in. Mindfulness, Movement and Breathwork are combined in new and neuroscience informed ways to respond to your need.
Of particular importance to Jessica is to be always working towards making her work as accessible and inclusive possible. With a particular welcome to all those who have experienced trauma, mental health issues and/or identify as neurodivergent or disabled in any way.
Jessica will be speaking to the MWC Community on how to make to make mindfulness more accessible to the neurodivergent community.
Free to MWC members, Followers, Guests and Friends can attend at a cost of £15.00 or please make a donation to attend.
Jessica is a fully qualified in Psychodynamic Psychotherapeutic Counselling, Integrative Psychotherapy, Teaching Mindfulness, Energy Psychotherapy, Nature based mindfulness and Forest bathing, Master Practitioner in trauma work as well as Supervision training.
‘My training, my own personal journey and my work with clients led me to develop a passion for holistic approaches to well-being. I see the place of talking therapy, as a reflective, exploratory and relational space to understand oneself, and to make some change.
However, in my work and personal development I began to realise we are more than just our narratives. We are bodies, that breathe, move and are part of the natural world we live in’.