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A Safe Haven For Neurodivergents in the Tech World

Inclusive Group Coaching Focused on Work Performance & Productivity Your Way

Feeling isolated, afraid to share your neurodiversity at work, and worried about job security due to performance concerns?
We, were too.

Our practical group coaching program provides a confidential, supportive space to connect with peers who understand your unique struggles and aspirations.


Led by a mixed team of facilitators with extensive experience in neurodiversity management, product management, people management, and behavioral therapy, our program offers a rare opportunity to address your challenges head-on, develop essential skills, and build a network of support that extends beyond the coaching sessions.

Embrace neuro-empowered performance and take the first step towards a brighter future in your tech career. Explore our program details and join our community of growth-minded professionals today.


Discovering & Navigating
Neurodivergence in the Tech World

Tech Atypically

June 20 to July 11 Group Coaching Program

Our Neuro-Inclusive Performance group coaching program is designed to help you navigate the challenges of being a neurodivergent professional in the tech industry.


Over the course of 4 weeks, you'll embark on a transformative journey alongside a supportive cohort of peers, guided by our experienced team of facilitators.

June 20 - July 11
SIGN UP Before June 15

Program Highlights:

  • 4 weekly live coaching sessions led by experts in neurodiversity, product management, people management, and behavioral therapy.

  • Collaborative problem-solving and skill-building workshops tailored to your specific needs and goals.

  • Opportunities to share experiences, challenges, and triumphs with a supportive community of like-minded professionals.

  • Access to a library of resources, tools, and strategies to help you thrive in your tech career.

  • Confidential, safe space to discuss sensitive topics and receive guidance on disclosure and accommodation in the workplace.

Designed to Support:

  • Product Managers

  • Program Managers

  • Engineers

  • Designers

  • Sales Engineers

  • Account Executives

  • Sales Leaders

  • Marketing Leaders

We understand that neurodivergent individuals in these roles may face unique challenges impacting their work performance and overall well-being.


Our program is tailored to address common work-related scenarios and provide practical strategies for success. Learn more in our FAQ.

WEEK 1 of Navigating & Discovering: Neurodivergence in the Tech World

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Understanding and Accepting Your Diagnosis

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Learning Objectives:

  • Gain comprehensive knowledge about neurodivergence and its impact on work performance.

  • Develop self-acceptance and learn to celebrate your unique strengths.


  • Explore personal experiences and share stories with the group.

  • Engage in activities to dispel common misconceptions about neurodivergence.


  • Access informative handouts and resources, including recommended books and articles.

Neuro-Inclusive Group Coaching Programs can give you

Practical Strategies & Resources

  • Navigating Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs)

  • Managing Overwhelm and Burnout

  • Improving Task Initiation and Overcoming Procrastination

  • Building Confidence and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

  • Enhancing Communication and Collaboration Skills

Meet Your Atypical Facilitators

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Rawi Nanakul, MA

ADHD and Product Management Coach
Atypical Nature: ADHD, OCD, Dyslexia


An experienced ADHD and product management coach who empowers neurodivergent tech professionals to thrive in their careers by leveraging his extensive background in the tech industry, academia, and entrepreneurship.

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Michael Asaku-Yeboah, MS, LCADC, CRC

Vocational Therapist
Atypical Nature: ADHD, Dyslexia


A highly skilled Behavior Therapist and Sr. Work Wellness Coach who specializes in supporting neurodivergent individuals navigating the enterprise tech space, with experience co-creating Amazon's Work Wellness Program.

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Rupert Dallas, MBA

Purpose-Driven People Leader


A VP of Revenue and go-to-market operations at Tech/SaaS companies focusing on changing the way we experience, connect, and interact with people globally.


What To Expect

Throughout the program, you can engage in interactive discussions, group activities, and individual reflections. Our experienced facilitators will provide a safe and supportive environment for you to explore your challenges, share your experiences, and celebrate your successes.


By the end of the 4 weeks, you'll have a powerful toolkit of strategies and a support network to help you navigate the challenges and opportunities of being a neurodivergent professional in the tech industry.

Meet a Facilitator and Ask Questions

An initial session to develop goals and find the right program or resource for you. 


Participate in the Program

Hop on Google Meets with us every week for 60 minutes. Join our cohort Slack channel.

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Receive Certificate & Atypical Journal

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Ready to Start?

Schedule a consultation with a facilitator to understand your goals and recommend the ideal Neuro-Inclusive Performance program.


View our FAQ for questions and email us at for any requests or questions.

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"Rawi helped me change the way I think about my career trajectory and future aspirations. When we first met, I was beginning a search for a new role and found the prospect of interviewing terrifying.

During our sessions, Rawi helped me to “right size” my fears and put my feelings of imposter syndrome at bay. His patience and compassion are immense, and he has provided a truly supportive foundation for my road ahead. Thank you!

Principal Product Manager, Penguin Random House

  • What is group coaching for neurodivergent tech employees?
    Group coaching for neurodivergent enterprise employees is a specialized program that provides support, guidance, and strategies to help neurodivergent individuals navigate the workplace and achieve their professional goals.
  • What is the cost?
    The June cohort is $350.
  • When will coaching sessions occur and for how long?
    Sessions occur weekly on Thursdays from 4pm - 5pm PST starting June 20th.
  • How big is each cohort and call?
    There is a maximum of 8 people cohort plus our 3 facilitators.
  • Who is the ideal participant?
    The program is designed for tech employees and entrepreneurs who identify as neurodivergent, including those with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, and other neurodiverse conditions. Welcome all regardless of formal or informal diagnosis.
  • What resources do I receive from the program?
    During the program, you'll receive copies of slides and digital resources for you to keep at no additional cost. Our goal is for you to have created your ideal toolkit to regulate your challenges of ADHD by the end of the program.
  • Is the group coaching program confidential?
    Yes, the group coaching program is confidential. Participants are expected to respect the privacy of their fellow group members and not share any personal information disclosed during the sessions.
  • Who facilitates the group coaching sessions?
    The group coaching sessions are facilitated by experienced coaches or professionals with expertise in working with neurodivergent individuals in a workplace setting.
  • Can I communicate with my peers and facilitators during or after the program is done?
    Yes, we have a dedicated Slack community to help you stay in contact with your cohort and facilitators. Our goal is to help you build a community for life. Once the program has begun, we'll send you an invite to the slack community. It's optional to join.
  • What do I need to bring to weekly group calls?
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  • Can I participate in the group coaching program remotely?
    Yes, this is a virtually delivered program, allowing participants to join from any location using Google Meet.
  • What happens if I've signed up but can't make it?
    We are happy to move you to a future cohort date but are unable to offer a refund.
  • Are facilitators going to create and share notes?
    Yes, we will record our meeting with a Fireflies notetaker in order to share notes post session. If anyone feels uncomfortable with the recording, we will not do it and instead take written notes.
  • Do I need to be on video for the calls?
    No, it’s up to your accessibility needs.
  • Will I receive individual support in addition to the group sessions?
    Yes, we may recommend or you may ask for additional one-on-one support or coaching sessions to address specific challenges or goals that individual participants may have. These sessions would be at an additional cost.
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