When we are disabled, especially with invisible disabilities, we have to work harder than others to learn our body signs and cues. As a therapist, this is something I work on with able bodied clients as well, but when my clients have disabilities, these bodily cues are even more important to our overall health.
For every person, when we don’t manage our stress/spoons, we can get physically ill from it. When we’re already chronically ill, emotional distress can be debilitating both mentally and physically. Whether you have spent your whole life adjusting to your disabilities, or you are new to this, I am here to help you thrive within the restrictions of your body needs.