Speed Networking (Neurodivergence)

Welcome to our 4th speed networking event!

We are delighted to have you join us on this night as we shift our focus to the invaluable work of neurodiversity specialists and clinicians.

Attendees will get to meet 25 professionals working in neurodivergence in just under 2 hours. Those who have attended our previous events have spoken highly of the connections made in the evening. Whether they have found new jobs, new business opportunities, or referrals from clinicians seeking their speciality, we aim to foster a community within the mental health industry! 

How the Event Works:

  • For Neurodivergent Specialists: Engage in focused discussions with 25 Non-Neurodivergent Specialists. This structured format is designed to foster meaningful connections, potentially leading to collaborations, referrals, and fresh perspectives within the neurodivergent community.

  • For Non-Neurodivergent Specialists: Connect with 25 Neurodivergent Specialists, gaining insights into their expertise and contributing to the vibrant dialogue surrounding neurodiversity. This dynamic setting provides a platform to explore potential partnerships and broaden your professional network.

In the past, our Speed Networking events have sold out within 24 hours, so make sure you secure your space here!

It is particularly timely as we gear up for our upcoming Updates in Addiction and Trauma Conference on the 17th and 18th of May 2024, where we will explore the relationship between neurodivergent conditions, such as ADHD, on addiction and trauma.

Our Host - APN London

We are thrilled to announce that our Neurodivergent-focused speed networking event will be hosted at APN London, located at 12 Upper Wimpole Street, London, W1G 6LW.

Here’s a video of what to expect from the evening…

Please Note: We encourage you to select a ticket that aligns with your experience.

1. Neurodivergent Specialist Ticket:

  • Designed for professionals who specialise in neurodivergence.

2. Non-Neurodivergent Specialist Ticket:

  • Open to individuals who do not specialise in neurodivergence.