1-2-1 Autism Coaching
What I Can Offer
Are you a Neurodiverse individual struggling to feel comfortable in your own skin?
Thomas Henley provides consultancy services to help individuals with Autism but he also works with non-Autistic individuals in Autistic-Neurotypical Relationships.
Thomas uses person-centred approach to his consultancy, all delivered online, without the requirement for cameras/microphones.
With his knowledge and personal experience, you can fast-track your own understanding of Autism, Unmasking, Sensory Profiles, Meltdown Prevention and how best to make life adjustments that suit you.
Don’t let yourself be held back anymore – take control of your future by getting in contact with Thomas today! As an experienced consultant, he will work with you every step of the way to ensure that you reach your goals and become the best version of yourself.
Get in contact today by email to save your place on the waiting list – the service should be live sometime this year!
1-2-1 Autism Consultancy
Whether it is 1-2-1 Autism consultancy or as a group in the workplace, Thomas Henley can help you or your organisation reach goals to welcome Neurodiverse people.
1-2-1 Consultancy is a strong point for him - Thomas helps autistic individuals but he also works with neurotypicals in Autistic-Neurotypical Relationships. Find out more HERE.
Workplace Autism Training
Thomas Henley knows how important it is to provide the right training and guidance to ensure everyone feels included. That’s why his services focus on providing optimised Autism and Mental Health training sessions tailored specifically to your business's goals and desires.
Thomas can help you empower your team by creating an environment of inclusion and success! Find out more HERE.
Remember... employing autistic people is not charity, they will benefit your business long-term!
Speaking / Events
Thomas is a competent public speaker and presenter, able to deliver presentations or speeches for in-person and online events.
For more information - see HERE.
Interviews (Radio, TV, Video and Podcasts)
Thomas is a highly experienced interviewee, available for podcasts, TV, radio and blogs. Contact Thomas to hear more about the range of topics he covers.
To find out more information, click HERE.
Placing Adverts On Shows
Thomas runs a Top 5% podcast, 'Thoughty Auti Podcast' and a successful YouTube channel. Autism and mental health-related products are preferred, but he is open to advertising less niche products or services.
To enquire about advertising on a channel with Thomas, please read this page.
“I met Thomas a few months ago on my 'All things Autism Radio' programme where during our interview he shared that he was in the process of creating his video piece 'Aspergers In Society'.
In my opinion this a real insight on living with Aspergers Syndrome. Thomas has been creative by showcasing many individuals sharing their experiences and giving advice from their own personal, different perspectives. He's an amazing autism advocate. Keep up the great work.”
“I recently watched 'Asperger’s in Society' on YouTube, a film that highlights life on the spectrum and explores the connection between autism and mental health. I found the film incredibly interesting and engaging - it was really well produced and goes a long way in terms of raising awareness of what it's like to be autistic with co-occurring mental health conditions.”
"One thing that I love about Thomas' podcast series, is how he talks a lot about his own experience - as well as covering topics related to autism. I think that will really inspire many listeners, either who have a diagnosis of autism or who may be exploring whether they need a diagnosis. He's been through a lot, but here he is communicating and sharing his experience with others"
"Thomas handles delicate subjects with poise and dignity; there is an effortless charm to his podcasts that lends trust to the listener."
"Thomas' film opens the door to the discussion of further issues in communities especially for those on the spectrum not receiving inclusion or support that they are entitled too, highlighting the issues to tackle them head on. Thomas is an amazing autism advocate with a lot of promise as the future of autism."
“Thomas' work gives a rare and valuable insight into life as experienced by young autistic people in a world and culture that is not optimised for them. Challenging the conception that there's something "wrong" with autistic people, his documentary is a great opportunity to understand a perspective that is not readily visible in everyday life.”
“Thomas has been inspirational as a junior ambassador for Fighting for Autism (Europe) in helping to raise autism awareness, but also highlighting the need for acceptance and inclusion. Getting to see this remarkable gentleman grow through his Aspergers Growth channel on social media has been a privilege to see."