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Leanne Maskell


Leanne was an international fashion model from the age of 13 so has a unique insight into the peer pressure girls with ADHD are placed under to lose weight, take drugs and drink alcohol. Leanne can help your teen navigate the pitfalls of growing up with ADHD. Leanne also assists adults with ADHD in the workplace, helping them understand their workplace challenges and equipping them with the tools and structures they need to harness their strengths.

Leanne is perfectly positioned to coach ADHDers around issues that she has faced (and overcome) including bullying at school, studying at university, eating disorders, "vices" such as drugs and alcohol, phone addiction, relationship difficulties and workplace related struggles.

Stephanie Camilleri


Stephanie Camilleri leads The ADHD Advocate as our CEO. As a proud ADHDer herself, she is passionate about educating and inspiring as many people as possible to understand and embrace ADHD. She is also the co-founder of ADHD Unlocked, a membership community that provides ADHD education, implementation and community support. Stephanie used to be a Magic Circle Lawyer in Banking and understands the challenges first hand of navigating the workplace with ADHD and is passionate about raising ADHD awareness in Education, Healthcare and the Workplace, particularly in professions such as the Law and Medicine.

Eleni Sfiroudis


I started where you are.....overwhelmed and unsure of how to support a child with an ADHD diagnosis. There was some information about ADHD, but I needed to better understand it, and put together a plan to navigate this unfamiliar place.

These days, information about ADHD is everywhere. But having access to information and knowing how to effectively use it are two very different things. This is where I can help!

I am a certified ADHD coach and parent trainer. I offer ADHD training for parents, teachers, and medical professionals. I also offer executive function skills support and family coaching.

I firmly believe that we--as parents, educators, caregivers, medical professionals, family members--need to understand the ADHD brain's strengths and unique learning styles before we can support someone with an ADHD diagnosis. This often requires a shift in how we think about and approach many things, and I will guide you through this process.

There is no magic ADHD handbook but with knowledge, patience, and consistency, great changes can happen. This belief is at the core of my coaching practice, and I can do the same for you.