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Live life in integrity with who you really are.

We help ADHD parents and parents with ADHD children thrive and not just survive

Do you...


... Have or suspect you have ADHD?


When ADHD goes undiagnosed or untreated, parenting can be extremely challenging and stressful. Here are some common challenges:

- Managing emotions when dealing with family dynamics or behaviour management

- Difficulty with organisation and time management with yours and your children's schedules

- Finding it hard to make decisions for the family

- Feeling unable to keep on top of the many day-to-day chores and life admin tasks that come with parenting

- Difficulty maintaining a healthy sleep schedule, leading to brain fog and fatigue

- Feelings of loneliness, overwhelm and low self-esteem


This can understandably have negative impacts on both parents and kids, which is why support is so crucial! Scroll down to see our services below and how we can help.

... Have a child with ADHD?


Parenting a child with ADHD can feel really difficult at times. Without access to treatment and support, many parents feel lost and overwhelmed trying to understand and manage their child's ADHD challenges such as:

- Impulsive and risk-taking behaviours

- Hyperactivity and restlessness

- Boredom

- Emotional dysregulation

- Disorganisation

- Forgetfulness

Every parent wants to do the best they can for their child, and sometimes reaching out for support is the best course of action. Scroll down to see our services below and how we can help, and check out our Parent Handbook for tips on understanding and supporting your ADHD child.

Feeling overwhelmed? Watch our super useful webinar for ADHD Families:

We provide a variety of services for parents with ADHD...

One-to-One ADHD Coaching


It is important that Parents are not only able to look at their children through an ADHD lens, but that they can manage their emotions and effectively respond to their children’s more challenging behaviours. This is crucial if parents happen to have ADHD themselves, as they will already be struggling with their own emotional regulation and executive function challenges.

ADHD Coaching provides Parents a safe space to process what is going on for them at the time and put into place structures and strategies to overcome their challenges. We help you put on your oxygen mask first!

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.

Parent Training


In Coaching, parents set the agenda, bringing the specific issues they want clarity and resolution on. Training is different. The agenda is set by our specialist ADHD Parent Coaches and is designed to help parents look through an ADHD lens to interpret and effectively respond to their child.

We cover what parents need to know and do in order to support their children with ADHD and effect the positive change they want to see in the home.

Parent Training covers these topics:

- ADHD Assessment, Education and Collaborative Problem Solving

- Improving Communication and Co-operation (plus managing meltdowns)

- Setting up Routines and encouraging Expected Behaviours

- Strategies for Success in the Classroom and Beyond

- Understanding your children’s rights to support under the SEND Legal Framework

- Opportunities to practise learned strategies at home between sessions

Contact us to make an enquiry or a booking.

Parent Circle

Parenting with ADHD, and indeed parenting ADHD kids, can feel really lonely at times. Many parents suffer in silence or beat themselves up for "not being good enough".


"Shame dies when stories are told in safe spaces."

- Ann Voskamp


That's why we run a Parent Circle for ADHD parents and parents with ADHD kids where parents can learn, lean on each other and share tips on how to help themselves and their kids thrive. This includes:

- "2nd Cup", our regular online meet-up and group coaching session hosted by a Parent Coach

- Our Parent Circle Facebook group where parents can connect and continue the conversation

- Opportunities to ask our Parent Coach for parenting advice

To get involved, register for our next "2nd Cup" meeting via our Events page.

Support for Your Children

If your children have ADHD, we have lots of support options for them too, including:

- Specialised coaching for children, teenagers doing GCSEs and A Levels and university students

- Drop-in sessions such as group coaching for teenage girls

- Advocacy services if you need help getting them support from their place of education


We also offer Sibling Coaching sessions.

It is not only parents that struggle with the more challenging behaviours of their child’s ADHD. Siblings are often also adversely impacted by symptoms which can include hyperactivity, impulsivity and inattention. They can often feel neglected, embarrassed, or angry. Without an ADHD lens it is not surprising that siblings can feel resentful of their ADHD siblings.

In this session, siblings will better understand, interpret and respond to the more challenging ADHD behaviours of their brother or sister with ADHD.


Contact us to make a booking or enquiry.

Family Coaching

They say it takes a village to raise a child with ADHD. We have a Family Coaching programme which incorporates a combined package of the above services, tailored to your family. The programme includes access to:

1. Kids Coaching

2. Parent Coaching

3. Parent Training

4. Sibling Coaching

5. Parent Circle

6. ADHD Unlocked Membership


Contact us to make a booking or enquiry.

One-to-One ADHD Coaching
Parent Training
Parent Circle
Support for Your Children
Family Coaching
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