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Welcome to the Neuroverse!

Championing neurodiversity in tech with Kirsti Smith Coaching to receive:

  • Coaching support for (neurodivergent) people employed in the world of tech.

  • Tech support for self-employed (neurodivergent) stars.

  • Workplace training and coaching for organisations working on inclusivity for neurodivergent people.

What I do

Whether you need personalized coaching to support and enhance your life or expert tech support to streamline and improve your business operations, you've come to the right place. I aim to make it easy for you to get the assistance you need. Simply click on the relevant support you need below to be directed to the appropriate service. I am dedicated to help you achieve your goals, whether personal or professional.

Hi, I'm Kirsti

I want to normalise the fact that neurodiversity is a basic fact of human existence—if we all had the same brains, life would be stale and boring with little innovation.


Brains classed as neurodivergent are creative, innovative and tend to be misunderstood, particularly in a world where we're expected to fit in to particular boxes.

In the tech world, there are a LOT of neurodivergent people and I’m one of them. I want to share the things I’ve learned and help you develop more understanding and compassion for yourself and others in the same situation.

After 20+ years in tech support roles from helpdesk work (please don't judge me) to network support and project work, I trained as a Transformational Life Coach on an ICF Accredited course with Animas.


I love working one-to-one with people who want to find ways to harness their creativity and passion to drive forward change in their own business or within a workplace. All while staying connected to themselves, ensuring they have the energy and support they need to keep going.

I’m also passionate about changing workplace culture to one that has inclusion at the forefront, rather than a pain-in-the-arse afterthought. There are SO many things that are easy to change and I come at inclusion from a neurodiversity perspective.

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