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Welcome to Getting SELF!

Welcome !

We’re so please you’ve joined us.
After completing the Getting SELF online neurodiversity course, we believe you’ll never look at yourself or others the same way again. The Getting SELF course is a series of video presentations each followed by a short quiz.

A Certificate of Completion will be generated for you to download and print once you have completed the course.

The course lessons are presented below. As each lesson builds on the learnings of the previous lesson, we recommend you work through each of the lessons in sequence, starting with What is NEURODIVERSITY? (see below). The Getting SELF course can be transformative.

We sincerely hope this is the case for you. Happy learning ! 

Your presenters:

Anton Ashcroft  BSc, MSc, MBPS, MDFP, CPsychol  |  Co-founder  | Psychologist

Anton is DivergenThinking’s lead neuroscience and psychology expert. He is a registered psychologist with 27 years of experience in forensic, clinical and corporate settings. Anton has worked with neurodiversity from all angles and also has an autistic son.


Natasya Jones  Grad Dip BBus(Hons) ICC and PEERS accredited |  Co-founder | CEO

Natasya is DivergenThinking’s CEO and Learning & Development expert. With over 18 years in the private sector, from skill’s development to policy implementation, Natasya has lived experience of neurodiversity having herself been diagnosed with ADHD in January 2019 and has an autistic ADHD son.


Note: Be sure to check the “Materials” tab above for supporting resources & materials.
Supporting resources:
Here's a list of trusted organisations that do some great work supporting New Zealanders in the Neurodiversity space. We encourage you to reach out to them as you need to. They care and they're here to help.
Altogether Autism:
Attitudude - Inside the ADHD mind:
Dyslexia Foundation NZ Dyslexia:
Dyslexia expert Chris Cole:
Dyspraxia NZ:
Lifeline: 0800 54 33 54
Mental Health Foundation:
Youthline: 0800 37 66 33
Diagnosis - Thrive Psychology Centre: