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Our Story

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Our Founder

The ADHD Advocate was founded in 2018 by our CEO Stephanie Camilleri. Following the diagnosis of her daughter, and subsequently her own diagnosis, Stephanie left her role as a Magic Circle Lawyer in Banking with a mission to educate and inspire as many people as possible to understand and embrace ADHD. And so, The ADHD Advocate was formed.

 

Stephanie's passion about raising ADHD awareness in Education, Healthcare and the Workplace lead her to start providing advocacy, training and coaching services to help not just ADHDers but their families and employers too.

Our Founder and CEO

Stephanie Camilleri

The ADHD Advocate was founded in 2018 by our CEO Stephanie Camilleri. Following the diagnosis of her daughter, and subsequently her own diagnosis, Stephanie left her role as a Magic Circle Lawyer in Banking with a mission to educate and inspire as many people as possible to understand and embrace ADHD. And so, The ADHD Advocate was formed.

 

Stephanie's passion about raising ADHD awareness in Education, Healthcare and the Workplace lead her to start providing advocacy, training and coaching services to help not just ADHDers but their families and employers too.

Why ADHDers Need Support

Over recent years the rate of ADHD diagnosis has skyrocketed and its existence is more widely accepted now than ever. But there is still a lot of progress to be made.

 

The COVID-19 pandemic placed unprecedented demands on individuals and organisations in dealing with the mental health challenges that can come with being neurodiverse.

 

And there is still a lack of understanding of ADHD in both adults and children, including at home, the workplace, in healthcare and in education settings. There is a growing need for individuals with ADHD to be supported to understand their neurology and harness their strengths.

Left without support, ADHDers are more at risk of:

  • school exclusion

  • dropping out of university

  • work-related issues

  • breakdown of relationships

  • physical health problems

  • crime

  • substance abuse

  • poor mental health

  • suicide

 

Many ADHDers also have unique talents and gifts to offer the world, but without the right support in place this potential remains untapped.

What We're Doing to Help

Understandably, Stephanie couldn't tackle this all by herself! So she began to assemble a team of coaches to help.

 

Our team has a diverse range of experience and specialisms, and many of us are accredited by The ADD Coaching Academy (ADDCA). All our coaches have either lived experience of ADHD or close family members with ADHD. At The ADHD Advocate we find that coming from the perspective of lived experience is immensely helpful to our clients, as our Testimonials will show.

Who We Help and How

 

The ADHD Advocate provides a range of services:

One-on-One Coaching for Individuals including...

 

Support for Employers of ADHDers including...

A few of our clients

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