"Educational,fulfilling, and incredibly engaging..."

 Vice Principal- Performance Preparation Academy, Guildford

"No one dropped out of the project – a real achievement given some of the intense needs of the group.We don't believe we would have achieved this success without this expertise..."

Executive Director, Lewisham Youth Theatre, London

"Huge thankyou for helping the college to evolve and understand what a hidden disability is in multiple formats..."

Student- Performance Preparation Academy, Guildford

"Kyra led our whole management & trustee team in an excellent Access & Inclusion session around neurodiversity and disability. The course was well adapted for online interaction and our team were well engaged throughout. We came away with a good set of actions to implement and improve on, individually and as an organisation. We are looking forward to the next session coming up soon, which will include young adults and the wider team"

Cat Visor- Chief Officer, Esteem- Vocational and Personal development for young people, West Sussex

Kyra co-facilitated a session for me on 'Being a Trustee'. The session was highly inclusive, interactive and thought provoking.

Fabia Bates, Sector Support Manager, Community Works, Sussex

Kyra presented on one of our recent Survive and Thrive webinars as an expert on Diversity and Inclusion. Her knowledge, expertise and passion for the subject meant our audience were educated and engaged throughout. We received excellent feedback and would highly recommend Kyra as an expert in her field.

Saffron Saunders, Sussex Innovation Centre, Croydon




We know, and the evidence supports, that attracting and retaining the most diverse talent to your organization is key to becoming, or remaining competitive.

While diversity is a crucial key performance indicator, it is Inclusion that produces the fertile soil from which diversity can grow.

Organizations often come to us having been alerted to issues relating to inclusion by problem behaviours within the college, high staff turnover, or issues retaining more vulnerable participants.

They also frequently come to us having none of these issues, but with a strong desire and ambition to become increasingly competitive, and a recognition of the benefits of diversity to their organization.

Often, key to creating a truly inclusive environment for neurodiverse children and young people is identifying organizational issues around transparency, accountability and confidentiality. These key competencies are the heart of therapeutic work too: the arts psychotherapy training, professional and personal skills and experience of the NeuroTribe UK team uniquely places us in the position to guide leadership and senior management teams in arts education companies and arts organizations towards authentic inclusion.

Additionally we specialise in Cultural Inclusion, cultural competence, and in-depth empathic listening  skills training to help your company's youth workers, facilitators and helping professionals engage fully with your dierse client bases and local populations.

Right from first contact to completion, we work alongside organizations to identify their barriers to inclusion (and where appropriate, compliance with equality and related law) and address these strategically and operationally through evidence-based recommendations and whole-organization interventions.

The needs of every organization is unique. We tailor our product to you and your business. Our journey together begins with an initial consultation meeting. We then quote for our services based on your goals and needs. See here for a sample Corporate Training menu, and here for a sample Charities & NGOs Training menu, both featuring we regularly provide.

For an informal discussion about your plans, and pricing Contact Us , or call us on:

07754 865 378

Training in Cultural Diversity, Neurodiversity & Mental Health Inclusion

Surrey & London- 07754 865 378

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