Professionals (self-employed), Employers/Employees (incl. NHS and Education), Parents, Students.
Life Coaching Certification, BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science, QTS (Qualified Teacher Status).
Ruth is a Certified Coach who is passionate about helping people with ADHD live a life with more calm, ease, and less overwhelm.
With a diverse professional background that includes experiences in the NHS, teaching, and establishing businesses’, she brings a unique skill set to her coaching sessions. Beginning her career as a Biomedical Scientist in the NHS, Ruth first worked with people with ADHD when she retrained to Teach and became a Targeted Intervention Teacher working with pupils with ADHD and ASC.
After seeking a late diagnosis of ADHD Ruth became determined to help adults and young people with their ADHD through coaching. Ruth has personally lived the experience of navigating life and the workplace and self-employment with Dyslexia and ADHD. Overcoming challenges in her own life including cancer and facial palsy, makes her relatable and empathetic to the struggle’s others may be facing.
Ruth’s method centres around helping clients clarify their goals, unravel the barriers hindering progress, and devising effective client-led strategies specific to their needs and ADHD-related challenges. Ruth has experience in coaching a variety of challenges such as goal attainment, overwhelm, procrastination, organisation, rejection sensitive dysphoria, and maintaining healthy habits. Her ability to help clients clarify their goals, identify obstacles, and develop their own personalised strategies empowers individuals to thrive despite their challenges.
By offering a supportive and judgment-free space, Ruth empowers individuals to consciously work towards the life they truly desire. Ruth’s distinctive blend of personal experience, professional expertise, and compassionate coaching equips her to support people with ADHD to lead more balanced, purposeful, and fulfilling lives.