My services help people overcome their challenges and create the change they want in their life.

Whilst I provide coaching for people from all walks of life, I offer specialty coaching to empower people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). I also offer consultancy services regarding ADHD and health and fitness to individuals, schools, educators, workplaces, sporting clubs and coaches, and families wishing to know how to support people in their life with ADHD.

Services include:

  • One-on-one Coaching (face-to-face, phone and Zoom)
  • Parent / Family Coaching (face-to-face, phone and Zoom)
  • Education and Awareness Workshops (face-to-face and online) – for educators, sporting groups, schools, parents, workplaces, and families.
  • Fitness Programs

Coaching sessions involve working with clients and parents to create and identify the “Six S’s”: Strengths, Structures, Support, Systems, Skills, and Strategies. Coaching supports clients with ADHD to stay focused on their goals, face obstacles and address core ADHD-related issues including working memory, time management, emotional regulation, sleep issues, organisation, planning, procrastination, prioritising tasks, controlling impulsivity and many other challenges people with ADHD face. Coaching also allows clients to gain clarity and function more effectively to improve their self-esteem.

Utilising proven tools and models to clearly explain ADHD, I assist clients in identifying how and where ADHD can impact daily living, and with the help of the client’s understanding of their own journey with ADHD (or their child’s), recognise their own specific type of ADHD and how it manifests in different situations. Our coaching sessions are designed to empower the client to discover their own solutions. This involves me asking powerful questions that will encourage them to explore different strategies that work in harmony with their unique brain wiring.

I also help clients and families better understand ADHD from early childhood and the changes it brings across the lifespan. 

With a bachelor’s degree in psychology, advanced level training in ADHD Coaching and Personal Transformation, along with my own personal journey in understanding the many aspects of ADHD, I have developed a comprehensive understanding and appreciation of the of the vast challenges ADHD brings to many, as well as the exceptional strengths it can bring. With this knowledge my aim is to help clients reach their goals and understand their ADHD so they can live their best life.

Coaching – What it is and is not.

Coaching is a personal partnership where the coach helps the client learn for themselves how to replace negative thoughts and behaviours with positive, supportive ones. It is always the client’s agenda that determines how we spend our time together in a session. This empowers clients to reach their full potential and live a fulfilling life.
It is important to understand that coaching differs to counselling and psychology (therapy). Coaching is not counselling or therapy, however it can be therapeutic. Life coaching and specifically ADHD Coaching, focuses on personal transformation by building and strengthening skills and understanding your unique brain. Coaching does not involve the diagnosis or medical treatment of mental disorders nor is it a substitute for counselling, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, mental health care, or substance abuse treatment.

Coaching is not a quick fix.

It takes a little time to develop and implement new skills and habits. Coaching explores the reasons why each client finds certain tasks and situations difficult, what has led to previous behaviours and inefficiencies with a focus on helping each person find a way of moving forward and implementing the new skills they’re building into all areas of life.

How long does it take?

I recommend 7 sessions initially (approximately three months of coaching) to really see change. Some people see changes very quickly, others may take longer to make changes. The real work and change happen outside the coaching sessions.

Common area of help in ADHD coaching

ADHD Coaches are often asked for help with understanding and building skills around executive functions. These skills underlie the capacity to plan, meet goals and deadlines, display self-control, follow multiple-step directions and stay focused. Strengthening our executive function skills helps us to prioritise tasks, filter distractions and control impulses.

  • Organisation – People with ADHD often have trouble staying organised. Trained ADHD coaches can help develop time and task management skills as well as prioritising, record keeping and home and office organisation.
  • Emotional regulation – An ADHD coach is specially trained in helping people with ADHD improve their self-esteem, reduce stress, and manage anxiety.
  • Goal setting and achievement – Setting and achieving goals is part of any successful life. ADHD coaching can help you prioritise what goals are appropriate for today and the future, and work with you to develop and understand what steps to take to achieve them.
  • Skill building – An ADHD coach can teach important life skills like creative problem solving, conflict resolution, boundary setting, and social skills.

What’s Next?

When you decide you are ready to begin your coaching journey with me, I will send you a coaching agreement that we both sign, which will outline in more detail how the sessions are conducted, cancellation procedures and no-show policy etc.

*Free* – 15 minute phone consult – ask questions about coaching, see if coaching is right for you, right now, and get a feel to see if you and I will be a good fit.



If you have goals you’d like to achieve but need some help reaching them, or even just to get started, coaching can help you with that!

I support clients by developing a comprehensive understanding of both the nature of their ADHD and ADHD’s impact on their quality of life.

Personal Development Coaching can help take you from your current state to your desired state by carefully following certain strategies.

The sessions are interactive and include activities to build executive function skills that many children with ADHD struggle with.

This coaching will help family members better understand their ADHD sibling or child, as well as helping the ADHD family member(s) build skills to take action and move forward.

If you have any questions or would like to have an obligation-free chat about coaching, get in touch and we can organise a time to have a chat.