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Executive Function Skills

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Executive Function Skills

Stephanie Camilleri


Stephanie is the founder of The ADHD Advocate and is uniquely positioned to help you from every angle, from your struggles to accept yourself and take control of your life, to getting the support you are entitled to under the Law. Stephanie is passionate about educating and inspiring individuals with ADHD to understand and embrace their unique brain wiring. She delights in helping you defeat your limiting beliefs and getting you out of your own way to realise the potential you always knew you had.

Ben Isaacson

Kids Coach

Ben is a certified ADHD children's coach and former school teacher. Having worked with many SEN pupils, he is aware of the enormous challenges that students with ADHD are up against. Ben can help your child understand their ADHD and put the systems in place to help them thrive. Ben's playful coaching philosophy inspires children to embrace their ADHD and celebrate what makes them unique.

Holly Paton Morris


Holly is an ADHD coach/mentor who is passionate about helping others. Before joining The ADHD Advocate, Holly worked in the third sector as a Community Worker empowering people to improve their health and wellbeing. She also ran her own not-for-profit business leading mental health peer support groups.

Juliet O'Rourke


Juliet is an ADHD Coach with a background in counselling and teaching. She works with a wide range of adults, with particular focus on late diagnosis and women with peri/menopause symptoms.

Through extensive study and practice, Juliet has gained a deep knowledge and understanding of the 12 Executive Function skills, and believes that awareness of these skills is fundamental in learning about how we can work with (and not against) our unique neurodiverse brains.

Eleni Sfiroudis


Eleni is a certified ADHD coach and parent trainer with over 12 years of experience. She offers ADHD training for parents, teachers, and medical professionals. She also offers executive function skills support and family coaching.

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

Liam Gordon


Liam is a teacher as well as an ADHD coach/mentor. He has been teaching for the last 3-4 years, working with SEN (Special Educational Needs) students - predominately teenagers with all different needs from ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism, suffering from abandonment and neglect issues and anti-social behaviour problems.

Tina Squire


Tina wants you to be able to create a successful environment with the right work-life balance. Enabling you to make requests and adjustments coming from a place of power and confidence.