top of page

Supporting the
Mental Health of Neurodiverse 
Adolescents & Teens 
in a School Setting

This talk explores the concept of Neurodiversity and how it relates to mental health support in a school setting. We will focus on the often invisible social communication challenges indicative of differences such as ADHD and Autism, and discuss how mental health support for adolescents and teens often differs from traditional approaches. We will also discuss what we can do to support mental health within the school environment. This talk is ideal for educators, school administrators, and schools nurses looking to better support the mental health of their students.

As with most of our neurodiversity talks, this talk can also be delivered as a parents workshop as a way for schools/organisations to support parents in developing a better a understanding of their child's strengths and needs.

Talk/Workshop facilitator:

Jessica Narowlansky,

Grow Co Founder

Mont Dip, PG SpLD, PG Child Adolescent & Family Mental Wellbeing,

MA Psychological Therapies, Psychodynamic Psychotherapist working with children, adolescents & parents, Member BPC & TSP, Specialist Education Consultant

Who is this for? 

This workshop is for SENDCos, school nurses, pastoral care team, senior leader and anyone in your school supporting mental health.

This event can be offered as a whole school  INSET training.


How is this event run:

If you are based in London, this event can be booked to run live in your school/organisation. Outside of London this event will be run online.


Workshop length:

2.5 hours including time for Q & A


Event fee:


bottom of page