By 2030, Millennials and GenZ will primary make up the workforce. Recent research has shown that HALF of millennials identify as disabled (apparent and non-apparent disabilities) and HALF of GenZ identifies as neurodivergent (as in diverging from neuronormative standards).
The future of work has to include policies and strategies that prioritize neurodiversity-affirming practices, neuroinclusion, and inclusive design. The result will be cultures of NEUROBELONGING, where employees of all neurotypes can thrive and rise.
As a Marriage and Family Therapist, neurodiversity and neuroqueer coach, professional public speaker, author, and AuDHD mom with a neurodivergent family, Pasha Marlowe can speak on a variety of topics for neurodiverse audiences, including small and large organizations.
*Neurobelonging: Expanding the DEIB space through the lens of neurodiversity and neuroinclusion
*The Future of Work is Neuroinclusion and Neurobelonging
*Neurodiversity-Affirming Practices at work and home
*Neuroqueering: Neuronormativity and Heteronormativity
*Neurodivergent Umbrella: Beyond ADHD/Autism/Trauma
*Neurodivergent relationships and intimacy
*Neurodivergence through the lens of midlife and menopause
*Imposter syndrome, RSD, habits, and emotional regulation
*Inclusive Design and Accessibility
*Intersectionality and Allyship
*Women's empowerment-finding our voice
My presentations are relatable, informative, interactive, vulnerable, and always include a large dose of humor.
My most recent speaking engagements have been about:
*ADDA's TADD TALK: Neuroqueering and Depathologizing
*Expanding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to include Neurodiversity-Affirming Practices
*How to create a workplace culture that allows neurodivergent employees to thrive.
*How to manage and heal from medical trauma and gaslighting
*Neuroqueering: The future of the neurodiversity movement
Other topics I have presented on...
*Top 5 ways to manage ADHD with/without meds
*How to manage sensory overload and burnout
*The truth about procrastination and habits
*Ways to handle feedback: Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria and Recognition Responsive Euphoria
*Emotional regulation and calming the nervous system
*Socializing, making friends, and dating
*Sex/intimacy and neurodivergent couples
*Why is accessing fun, joy, and pleasure so hard?
- Amanda G., Software Engineer
CHADD International ADHD Conference "Neuroqueering"
ADDA's TADD TALK "Neuroqueering and Depathologizing ADHD"
Lesbian Chronicles: Coming Out Later in Life Podcast "Neurodivergent Queer Coach"
The Inside Story with April Adams Pertuis
The Brave Files with Heather Vickory
The Stories We Tell Podcast with Jaime Messina
"NeuroQueer with Pasha Marlowe"
The Business of Happiness with Tarryn Maccarthy “Healing and Laughter”
The Evolution of Mom with Sherrysse Morris and Amy Lenius “How to Sprinkle Play on a Shitty Day”
Dr Jamie Marich Trauma and the 12 Steps “My Next Husband Will Be a Lesbian”
Find your Feminine Fire with Amanda Testa “Finding Humor and Pleasure During Difficult Times”
Mixing up Midlife with Teri and Melissa “Roaring with Laughter in Midlife”
Sexual Healing Central with Laura Zam “How to Thrive When Life Sucks”
Silver Lining Conversations with Tracey Ehman “Silver Lining and Healing with Laughter”
Transition by Pantea Kalhor “Healing With Humor“
Laughter and Positivity with Pete Cann “Laughter and Pleasure”
Successful Balanced Living with Lynda Adams
In the Burbs (TV Show)
The Northern Forecaster – “North Yarmouth woman laughs – literally – in the face of adversity through yoga” (Article)