I wasn’t diagnosed with Aspergers until I was well into my thirties, and raising an autistic son.
The diagnosis completely changed my life. It clarified so many things about why I do things the way that I do them. It helped me understand why I couldn’t blend seamlessly in the crowd, and see all of the invisible obstacles that had been holding me back.
When I got my diagnosis, I did what any woman with Aspergers would do and started obsessively doing research. I learned that 90% of women and girls with Aspergers go undiagnosed, and the impact was mind blowing.
Women with Aspergers are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety. They are more likely to be divorced and raising kids alone. 20% of women with eating disorders have Aspergers. And women women with Aspergers are more likely to be sexually assaulted, and commit suicide at an astounding rate.
I started sharing my research and personal experience with Aspergers on my career blog, and women around the world starting hiring me for coaching sessions to see if they too might have Aspergers. It became my mission to help women with Aspergers get diagnosed, and empower with the information they need to navigate the world successfully.
I spent the past decade studying women with Aspergers, and this four-part online course is a accumulation of everything I have learned. This course will help you understand Aspergers so you are able to recognize it in yourself and others. And it will teach you how to organize your life and relationships in a way that makes sense for women with Aspergers.