ADHD Coaching

ADHD coaches work collaboratively with their clients who have ADHD or ADHD-like symptoms to address specific needs and personal goals.

Coaching addresses the academic, vocational, emotional and interpersonal life difficulties that are a result of these symptoms and helps clients find ways to overcome these challenges.

Through individualized support, I help people concentrate on where they are now, where they want to be and how they can get there.

My coaching helps people with ADHD carry out the practical activities of daily life in an organized, goal-oriented and timely fashion. This helps you learn practical skills and initiate change in your daily life.

ADHD coaching can focus upon:

  • maintain focus to achieve identified goals
  • translate abstract goals into concrete actions
  • build motivation and learn to find ways to use concrete and abstract rewards effectively
  • learning to manage impulsivity

I support clients by providing encouragement, feedback and practical suggestions to address specific challenges as well by supporting you and holding you accountable for following through on the goals.

Regular meetings and check-ins are an essential part of the coaching process. These sessions can be conducted in person, online, depending on the client’s preference. However, before the coaching process begins, the client and the coach should have an initial session that addresses issues such as client needs, expectations of the client and of the coach, fees and payments (coaching services are often not covered by traditional health insurance) and length of time for the coaching contract.


ADHD in women:


Baumhaus Medical Spaces

17b Bluehouse Lane



Keats House

24-25 St Thomas Street




Dr Maria Limited - registered in England and Wales 10283299

Contact details:

Jane Hill, Private Secretary

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