Consultation is available for families, service providers, programs, organizations, and schools.
Natascha specializes in providing trauma-informed, anti-oppressive FASD and neurodiversity consultation.
Natascha has provided supervision to various programs and associations such as school districts, non-profits, housing programs, and government agencies such as MCFD and CLBC.
Gwe'. My name is Courtney-Farrow-Lawrence and my ancestry lies in Nova Scotia, of the Mi'kmaq African Nova Scotian and Acadian French peoples. For the last 8 years, I have lived on the traditional territory of the Sto:lo people in British Columba, where I married into the Fraser family of the Snnuneymuxw Nation. I have two beautiful Indigenous children. Since living in BC, I have worked with the Native Courtworkers and Counselling Association of BC, committing to supporting the rights of Indigenous youth and adults in contact with the justice system. I specialize in supporting youth and families in understanding FASD, trauma, impacts of colonization/removal from the land, and the Indigenous spiritual and cultural lens. I focused on connecting with the land and the importance of identity. I also provide community training and create awareness in these areas, which is equally important to creating meaningful change. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss consultation services.
Myles Himmelreich, FASD Expert, Consultant and Motivational Speaker
Myles works Tuesdays and Thursdays virtually
Myles Himmelreich has been working as a Disability Consultant for over 15 years. Myles, a leading expert in FASD, is a highly sought-after national and international speaker, educator, and consultant. He has facilitated numerous self-advocacy groups for individuals with FASD and offers one-on-one mentoring support for neurodivergent individuals and their families, specifically around FASD.
Myles has been a co-lead on ground breaking studies such as the 2017 “Quality of Life survey FASD Whole Body Diagnosis” and 2021 “Quality of Life survey Equity vs Equality Live as we know it”. As a member of the FASD Leadership team, Myles has organized and facilitated local, national, and international FASD research conferences. Most recently Myles was the co-researcher for the BC Office of the Representative for Children and Youth’s (RCY) report on FASD.
From a personal perspective and based on lived experience, Myles shares the strategies and techniques needed to support success for individuals with brain and neurological diversity.
To learn more about Myles and his work please visit: https://myleshimmelreich.com/
To book consultation with Myles please email email@example.com
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