Services and Expertise
From individual coaching, to informative podcast guest, from Motivational Speaker to ADHD group support, check out my various services and learn more about how we can work together.
As an informative, motivational speaker, I work with corporations, nonprofits, podcasts, schools, and parents on ADHD. My goals are to help them learn how to develop the environments that youth and adults need to have in order to thrive while managing their ADHD. By working with these groups, I hope to help end the stigma around ADHD, and build up an awareness of not only the struggles that people with ADHD face, but the resilience and strength that comes from these struggles, and the gifts that having a mind that works differently can bring to a neurotypical world.
Contact me today if you'd like to have me as a speaker, a guest on your podcast, or to collaborate with me on your neurodivergent inclusion projects!
One-on-one coaching to work together to understand how your ADHD affects you and the things that are causing you to struggle. Discover what strengths that you have, what tools and strategies that you need, and then develop a plan to move forward to meet your goals. We will put in place structure to support your weaknesses by using your personal strengths and focusing on them and conquering those things that are holding you back.
Are you a couple with ADHD? One or both of you? ADHD affects relationships in so many different ways. The dynamics may seem unfair, with one or both feeling that they do more in the relationship. Along the way, bitter feelings may have built up and, because of the inherent struggle of ADHD, emotions often seem extreme and stressful.
I will work with both of you and determine what the main issues are, separate from the drama and past struggles. We will work together objectively to learn how ADHD is affecting you both, build communication skills, and create a framework for the partnership you both crave from each other.
Parenting is hard. Parenting when you have kids with ADHD is even harder. Considering that ADHD is largely genetic, if you have a child with ADHD, there's a 40% likelihood that you, your partner, or both, have ADHD.
Parenting when you have untreated or undiagnosed ADHD can be a nightmare. All the fears, emotional dysregulation and struggles people with ADHD live with magnified as parents, the stress and frustration overwhelming to the extreme.
We will work together to not only determine how ADHD is affecting your family but also work on solid parenting skills that will give your children and yourself the environment that you all need to thrive and build the foundation for success for everyone.
Teachers do their best, just as many parents do. Parents have to be the advocates for their children until they can advocate for themselves. If you have a child with ADHD and need to work with their teacher to help them with their ADHD, I will show you how you can all work as a team to make sure that your child is getting the best support and education that they can get, not just at home, but in the classroom.