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Davis Concepts for Life Workshops

This workshop is for anyone wishing to create meaningful change for self or a neurodivergent individual they are supporting

This 5-day workshop facilitates the journey to overcome challenges associated with:

  • executive functioning,

  • sense of self,

  • self-regulation,

  • stress and anxiety,

  • maintaining focus,

  • organisation,

  • negative behaviours,

  • navigating relationships,

  • taking more responsibility for personal growth.

 

In this workshop, you will be provided with the tools and materials you need to take an individual - or yourself - through the Davis Concepts for Life Program, creating meaningful change.

I am an experienced presenter, who provides a supportive learning environment that empowers you with proven tools and techniques to create inspiring change in your own life, or for the person you are supporting.

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What kind of results do people see with the Davis Concepts for Life program?

Individuals who have completed this program experience many positive changes, including:​

  • increased self-awareness 

  • better able to manage stress 

  • an increased ability to focus 

  • able to self-regulate their energy levels

  • improved ability to listen 

  • greater insight into the relationship between cause and effect 

  • improved time management

  • better organisational ability

  • the ability to establish order in their environment and daily life 

  • ability to apply a framework to establish self-responsibility 

  • enhanced ability to make decisions based on what is right or wrong for Self. ​

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Text on this page is used with permission from Ron Davis Autism Foundation.

Upcoming Workshops

“I can’t believe how life-changing these concepts are. I use them all of the time in my life now – it is just so easy to take responsibility for things that had always seemed impossible before.”

- Davis Concepts for Life Client.

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