General ADHD Coaching
Live life in integrity with who you really are.
"I am moving from a position of being overwhelmed with stress, worry and anxiety to one of optimistically looking forward to the future with good coping strategies in place."
One-to-One ADHD Coaching
We can help you specifically target your ADHD challenges through one-to-one or group coaching with our experienced ADHD coaches.
All our coaches have personal lived experience of ADHD, either having ADHD themselves, children with ADHD and/or spouses with ADHD. This gives us the edge because we've been in your shoes and will always have a foot in your camp. The difference is that we have the professional training and experience to help you navigate the pitfalls and obstacles of
the neurotypical world.
We start by exploring your hidden strengths and personal values with you, and look at what is working and not working for you when it comes to your ADHD.
From there, we can help you build structures, skills and strategies so you can manage your ADHD more effectively.
Our coaches can help you gain clarity, stay focused on your goals, and tackle ADHD challenges like...
- Planning & Prioritising
- Low Self-Esteem
- Managing Finances
- Problem Solving
- Health and Fitness
- Interpersonal Challenges
- Time Management
- Emotional Dysregulation
- Setting Goals
Book Your Free Introductory Call Today
In your introductory call we can find out more about what you’re looking for from ADHD Coaching, and we can tell you about our methodology.
We will be able to provide you with quotes during the call, based on which coaches and/or packages are best suited for you.
How is coaching different from counselling/psychotherapy?
There are ways in which the two cross over, especially if you want to access coaching to help with ADHD challenges that are affecting your mental health. But there are some important differences.
Generally speaking, coaching is very much driven by you, the client. As coaches, we are there to help you get clear on your goals, find solutions for your challenges and focus on what is possible now. We work with you to get clear on where you are now, where you want to be in life, and how to close the gap.
In contrast, a therapist is more likely to attend to your emotions or trauma, help you examine the past, and apply therapeutic theories and models such as CBT in your sessions. Therapists are also specially trained in emotional management, whereas coaches aren't. Whilst coaches always employ empathy and understanding, a client who wants coaching should be at a point in their journey where they are emotionally regulated enough to tackle their challenges in order to achieve their coaching goals.
If you are looking for an ADHD-informed therapist, you can find our recommended practitioners here.