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About Us

Our Story

Hidayah Neurodiversity was created by Michael and Jodie Wozencroft-Reay as a result of their shared professional experience and nationally lacking neuroaffirming support.


Michael and Jodie are passionate about supporting adults, children and their loved ones in their journeys. They have extensive personal and professional experience of neurodiversity.

Meet The Team

Jodie is a psychotherapist with extensive experience working with neurodivergent people. She has been in the field of mental health for over 10 years and she has a varied training background.

  • Postgraduate certificate in Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT) - University of Derby

  • Islamic Approaches to Psychology and Psychotherapy - International Association of Islamic Psychology & Cambridge Muslim College

  • Postgraduate diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) - University of Manchester

  • Various training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) - Association for Contextual Behavioural Sciences

  • Level 7 (postgraduate) module in Cognitive Behavioural Interventions - University of Chester

  • MA in Social Work - University of Sheffield

  • BA Joint (hons) Childhood Studies and English - Manchester Metropolitan University


Michael Wozencroft-Reay

Founder & Intervention Lead

Jodie Wozencroft-Reay

Founder & Psychotherapist

Michael is an education and intervention specialist with a huge range of experience working with neurodivergent people of many ages and abilities. He has been in the field of youth work, education and intervention work for over 10 years and has an impressive training background.

  • Various training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

  • SCERTS Trained

  • Intensive Interaction Trained

  • Experienced with non-verbal means of communication (PECS, Makaton)

  • Trained in Counselling Skills and CBT Strategies and Techniques

  • Able to carry out The Homunculi approach and TA-RPG interventions

  • Offer supervision regarding CYP for Teaching Assistants

  • Observation based reports for suggested strategies.

  • Directly supporting CYP access local services and goods with mentoring and supervision with tasks

  • Support and guidance on education and career paths for the future

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