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ADHD Coaching

ADD | ADHD Coaching

Are you feeling overwhelmed by a recent ADHD diagnosis?

Are you a student struggling at school because everyone tells you how much potential you have and that you just have to try harder?

Do you feel stuck because everyone else seems to achieve their goals while you struggle to organise your life in order to move forward?

We are a team of experts in psychology, coaching, and education.

We help clients globally:

1. Understand more about yourself and/or your child and ADHD,
2. Identify and your and/or your child's unique executive function | ADHD strengths and areas for development,
3. Realise what got you stuck, clarify your values and goals and start taking small steps that will build momentum...

The world is a fast pace and full of distractions place. ADHD might block your ability to ignore distractions and redirect your attention to the priority task at hand. This can be very annoying might be an understatement. 

Coaching is not only about high performance and achievement. It is so much more than this.


What is ADHD?

ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It can be brought forward by trauma. 
A person with ADHD is wired differently. This means they may have neurodiversity, in other words, brain development and activity differences that affect the focus, memory, task initiation, goal-directed persistence, organisation, planning, prioritisation, time management, flexibility, self-awareness, and the ability to sit still and self-control. 
ADHD may mean you are noticing and thinking a lot of things simultaneously, but it may be harder to focus on, start and finish one thing at a time. ADHD may mean you enjoy new and exciting things but doing more tedious or repetitive tasks or activities may be more challenging.
But it also may mean that your brain has tremendous powers, such as creativity, imagination and out-of-the-box, innovative problem-solving abilities, a trait of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world. ADHD comes with so many superpowers that can be leveraged and it can be, therefore, redefined as Dr Hallowell has described it as 'a turbo charged brain, like a Ferrari engine'.

You may experience...

Executive function challenges,
Organisational challenges,
Academic challenges,
Social challenges,
Communication challenges,
Emotional challenges,
Mental challenges,
Self-image challenges, 
Self-acceptance challenges,
Self-awareness challenges,
Self-compassion challenges,
Self-care challenges,
Self-confidence challenges,
Self-development challenges,
Self-worth challenges,
Self-love challenges,
Self-actualisation challenges

And you would like...

Increased personal efficiency,

More confidence and self-esteem,

More joy and happiness,

Outstanding study and revision skills,

Improved academic performance,  

More independence,

Improved social skills,

Improved communication skills,

More impact, executive power, and income in life and business,

More life and work balance,

A purposeful life is full of fulfilment,

Emotional management and progression,

Winning mindset,

Improved self-acceptance, self-compassion and self-care,

Better self-image and self-belief,

More energy, time and inner resources,

More inspiration

ADD coach

1. ADHD coaching helps you move out of overanalysing (analysis paralysis) and into action. 

2. It boosts your executive function superpowers and works on areas for development, whatever this may be.

3. Resets your mindset, self image and confidence for a new way of being and living.


If you are:

-16 years old or over
-Diagnosed with ADD/ADHD
-Are based in England, Scotland or Wales
-Apprentice or intern
-Want to have work experience
-Employed/Self-Employed/Sole Trader

If you are currently not working, you can still apply for the Access to Work scheme. You need to register as a sole trader requiring support for your business. I can help you with this.

You can claim back six months of ADD/ADHD coaching from Access to Work.


Your business, employer, or you pay me in advance and then claim back each month's fees in arrears. 

Next steps:

1. Get in touch: complimentary call or email
2. Start your Access to Work application, ask your employer to help you, or we can do it together during the complimentary call
3. We start coaching 


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