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Divergent Wellness offers online coaching for neurodivergent adults.

This includes individuals diagnosed or self-identified as autistic, ADHD, as well as gifted and high potential individuals. 

I am a neurodivergent, trauma-informed somatic coach. I support clients with skills related to executive functioning, sensory processing, emotional regulation, unmasking, self acceptance / celebration, as well as trauma resolution. 

I have a collaborative, individualized, strength-based coaching approach that honors each client’s unique needs, goals, and ways of being. 

My larger mission is to challenge and expand normative ideas of wellness, which often leave out and pathologize neurodivergent experiences. 

I believe that traditional wellness practices fail to recognize and value the unique ways in which neurodivergent individuals communicate, emote, relate, and live. 

My goal is to help neurodivergent individuals live a good life on their own terms. 

I believe that neurodivergent individuals need and deserve neurodivergent healers, leaders, educators, and community. 

Our voices are important and necessary in this world and I am honored to be a part of this vibrant community. 

Coaching

I offer coaching through three different mediums. You can choose how we connect based on your comfort level and communication preferences. 

Video

For those who connect best visually

Audio

For those who are more auditory

Text

For those who prefer written communication

Book a 30-min Exploratory Call

Learn about how I work and see if we're a good fit for future coaching.

Exploratory calls are free of charge.

Coaching Programs

I offer two distinct one-on-one online coaching programs for late-identified neurodivergent adults

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About

ABOUT

Hello! My name is Hannah Meyrem Ezzell (she/her) and I’m a Montréal based mental health coach specializing in supporting neurodivergent individuals. 

I am certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP), and trained in Organizational and Relational Systems Coaching (ORSC), an International Coaching Federation (ICF) accredited program. By integrating these modalities with the neurodiversity paradigm, I’ve developed a toolbox of somatic, trauma-informed, neurodiversity-affirming and systems-aware practices. 

I am autistic + ADHD (AuDHD), so I bring my own lived experience to this work, along with a deep curiosity about neurodivergent culture and well-being. 

I live and thrive in the tension between my autism and ADHD - constantly wanting to be: 1. cozy at home and 2. traveling the entire world (I’ve been to over 40 countries). 

I embrace my multi-ethnic background (I'm half Turkish) and tri-national identity (the US, Cyprus, and Canada), acknowledging my ancestral heritage which includes both refugees and colonizers.  

In addition to my coaching practice, I am also a writer, poet, photographer, and teaching artist. I hold a BFA from New York University. 

You can generally find me any place where there is coffee and literature. I share my life and most of my adventures with my partner Jimmy. 

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FAQ

What are your rates? 
My coaching sessions are priced at $110 per one-hour session.
Is self-diagnosis / self-identification valid? 
Yes, self-diagnosis/self-identification is valid. I trust that you are the expert of your own experience, and I understand that there are many legitimate reasons for not pursuing a formal diagnosis. 
Do you offer in-person coaching?
I do not offer in-person coaching. All of my coaching sessions are online, even for local clients. Online coaching
provides the convenience of connecting from the comfort of your own home, creating comfort and ease. Additionally, online coaching is more sustainable and less draining for me personally. As a neurodivergent coach, it's important for me to honor my own needs and limitations in the way that I work. 
Why do you offer video, audio, and text-based coaching? What if I don't know which I prefer? 
I offer video, audio, and text-base coaching to embrace different forms of communication. I understand that video calls may not be accessible or preferred by everyone, as being on camera can be draining and distracting for some individuals, while others prefer it. Similarly, some people find that they communicate more clearly and honestly through written text, feeling relieved when the demand of speech is lifted. Since everyone is different and preferences may vary based on the week or coaching topic, it's okay not to know your communication preference upfront. If this is the case, we can start with a hybrid model, transitioning between the three options to see what fits best. This approach allows for a lot to be learned and discovered along the way. 
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