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YOU ARE SEEKING CLARITY AND GUIDANCE
I see that you are wondering about your traits and behaviors – could they be related to neurodivergence?
Could you be autistic (Asperger’s)? What does that even look like in an adult?
Based on your responses, I believe the options below will benefit you the most.
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Do you have neurodivergent traits that are similar to others who are diagnosed with autism?
This 10-question assessment is based on the Autism Quotient – 10 (AQ-10). Scores of 6 or above indicate traits in common with other men and women diagnosed as Autistic or Asperger’s.
This is a free assessment.TAKE THE AUTISTIC TRAIT ASSESSMENT – SELF RATING
A private consultation with me will provide extensive clarity and feedback about your own traits and also your relationship. We will explore your challenges, needs, and goals. A consultation can be a single, stand-alone meeting with me or can be the starting point for ongoing coaching.
This consultation is helpful for people who have not had prior therapy or coaching but also for individuals who already have their own therapist and need the expertise and perspective that I can provide about neurodivergence.
1-hour or 2-hour consultations are available on Zoom. The hourly rate for consultations is $200/hour USD.
I typically see private coaching clients once or twice per month. There is no long-term commitment – some people work with me for a month or two, and others work with me for a few years, off and on, as their lives evolve.
My private coaching rate is $200/hour USD.
An initial consultation is required before beginning coaching.BOOK A CONSULTATION NOW
I have many supplemental resources for individuals and couples who are eager to learn more about themselves.
This podcast is one of the world’s first podcasts focused on relationships with guests who are neurotypical and neurodivergent. Other guests include other top professionals who talk with me about their own neurodiversity in their lives and relationships as well as their work to help people like you. Although some of the focus is on partner relationships, we also talk about neurodiversity traits and experiences.VISIT THE PODCAST CHANNEL
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
Your advice is already paying dividends. Thank you so much!
Her testing is spot on. The clarity that it offers and its communication direction are impeccable. Her program is vastly different and you will find success working with her.
COMMUNICATION WORKSHOP PARTICIPANT
My take on the class is that it revealed all the “Junk” I bring to the equation including how I hyper-interpret everything that happens and how ultimately his intentions are good and loving.
Thank you for what you do and for what this intensive coaching has done for me as a person. I had no idea this kind of personal growth would come out of “relationship” coaching.
Now I feel like there is hope!
Thank you, Jodi, for helping me as a woman on the spectrum.
This described my partner perfectly. It’s like you know him Jodi! Thank you…it helps me understand him more.
PODCAST & YOUTUBE FOLLOWER
Thank you so much you have no idea how much I appreciate your videos! It helps me to have a better understanding. He’s undiagnosed but you have described him perfectly.
It feels like you have met my husband. We’ve been married 31 years and it’s hard work.
This explains sososososososo much. Oh my goodness, it’s like someone threw me a life preserver.
ABOUT ME, JODI CARLTON, MEd
I have over 20 years of combined experience as a therapist, educator, speaker, and coach. As a professor, I enjoyed inspiring curiosity in psychology students about human drives and motivation. I have worked with thousands of individuals, couples, and families worldwide in over 13 countries with challenges such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, abuse, and brain injury. In the early 2000’s, I developed a counseling program in Dublin, Ireland for the The National Brain Injury Association.
As a leading expert in neurodiverse relationship dynamics, I have helped countless teenagers, parents, adults, and couples to understand brain differences in language, emotions, sensory processing, and behavior.
For me, neurodiversity is personal. My experience comes primarily from my own personal relationships: my 19-year marriage, other romantic partners, my children, other family members, and my closest friends.
I am also a survivor of narcissistic abuse and have spent years recovering from codependency (“pathological kindness”) that developed in my childhood.
Someone once told me, “I can’t imagine the number of people you help because of your own experiences,” and that is my exact mission – to reach and guide you through your own journey of discovery and healing.