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Assessment, post-diagnostic support, and mental health support

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Supervision, training, and consultancy

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Research and academic enquiry

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What Our Clients Think

I can’t praise the work the TAAUK team highly enough. Put simply, Dr Claire Evans-Williams, their founder and Clinical Psychologist, is one of those one-in-a-million people, you very rarely chance upon in life; she’s one of the most talented, intuitive, compassionate, inspiring and energising women, and practitioners I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet. Her infectious personality and wicked sense of humour are just a lovely, unexpected bonus.  

Claire came into our lives like a shining beacon during a very bleak, harrowing, dark period. We were in the depths of crisis when I emailed her in despair, one very difficult Sunday afternoon. By 8pm, I had received a reply email and we spoke on the phone the next morning. The minute I listened to her talk, I knew she was going to be a lifeline.

She offered practical suggestions, based on solid evidence, just rolled her sleeves up and got stuck into trying to make sense of the situation we found ourselves in. The difference her involvement made was phenomenal. After years of battling against the grain with child mental health services, she was a breath of fresh air. At long last, a clinician who actually REALLY knew about autism in girls, and the mental health issues that can develop from struggling so long with unidentified autism.

Since we first met Claire and her TAAUK colleagues, they have continued to inspire and influence our family in the most wonderfully, positive way. Watch this space...this woman is going to be a trailblazer in the world of Autism and make a real, meaningful difference to those people and families who will be truly blessed to have her fighting in their corner, and on THEIR  team. I shudder to think where we would be now without her.

 

Lesley, Fife

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