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Louise Taylor is a qualified counsellor and ecotherapist. She is passionate about all things neurodiverse and biodiverse. She is the mother of two beautiful daughters and a committed pet owner. Two adoring dogs and one eccentric cat, the cat rules the roost. As well as working therapeutically she is currently completing a Ph.D. in Nature and Mental Health at Queen's University in Belfast.

In November 2020 Louise was diagnosed with ASD. This diagnosis was sought out by her after years of confusion and has helped her understand her neurology and many past experiences. By sharing her journey as a neurodiverse therapist, she hopes to change perceptions on neurodiversity. She believes there is nothing to be ashamed of regarding mental health conditions and disorders. These articles are written to support others and to communicate that each of us has incredible, innate potential. Louise believes that by becoming more accepting of ourselves and our differences, we increase our chances of leading successful , fulfilled and vibrant lives.

Louise is a committed environmental and human rights activist. Who believes if we want society to be better, we must create that change. She is passionate about wellbeing, education and all things nature. Her favourite thing to do is walk on a wild beach or meander through a forest. No doubt nature will play a strong part in her musings. This blog will cover a wide range of topics and areas of interest. Louise sincerely hopes it is used to increase awareness on issues close to her heart and to help others improve their lives and wellbeing.

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