Welcome! I'm so glad you're here.
I know what it's like to struggle with ADHD, and I know what it's like to raise an ADHD child. It doesn't have to be this hard!
I work with clients of all ages who are affected by ADHD, including students struggling to pay attention in class, young adults searching for their ideal career path, adults facing overwhelm, and parents dealing with the frustration of raising an ADHD child.
My journey with ADHD started in the same way as many others. As a child, I knew something wasn’t quite right. I knew I was struggling in school and in life, but I didn’t know what the problem was until I started to suspect that my child had ADHD. As I started researching it, I realized that not only did she fit the description, so did I. After we were both received an official diagnosis, we set off on our ADHD journey together.
It wasn’t long before I realized that there was a serious lack of support and direction for people with ADHD, especially in my area. I was left to do the research on my own, and we spent years of trial and error attempts to overcome the obstacles associated with ADHD. In all my research, I have found one thing to be true: ADHD is not one-size-fits-all. It shows up a little bit differently in each person. Books, websites, and other resources may provide suggestions about how to cope with ADHD symptoms, but what works for some does not work for all.
It was this realization that led me to ADHD life coaching. My goal as a coach is to help you figure out what works best for you. Together, we will explore how your ADHD symptoms show up in your life and how you can use your unique strengths to develop a plan that works for you.
My mission is to help clients uncover their strengths, overcome challenges, and unlock their full potential.
Certifications, Additional Training & Awards
BA of psychology, South University.
Professional Activities and Memberships
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)