Welcome to my website.
Being a mental health professional did not automatically qualify me to recognise my own symptoms of ADHD.
If you’re here, there is a good chance that you are struggling with some of the challenges we face as people with ADHD.
Committed to a strength based approach to ADHD therapy and coaching, provides me with the profound fulfilment of supporting others to realise their potential and to THRIVE.
At age 39, a colleague of mine suggested (very strongly) that I have ADHD, I was shocked. Even as a mental health professional, I had so many pre conceived ideas about what ADHD meant.
Having always struggled with the finer details of life, I imagined this was part of ‘my shit personality’. As you can imagine, as life became more demanding, my ability to keep all of my plates spinning waned. I began to really suffer. I lost all confidence in myself, my self esteem was rock bottom, and I felt worthless,
Knowing I have ADHD and truly understanding how it manifests for me has been life changing.
Turns out I don’t have ‘a shit personality’. All the negative rhetoric I spouted to myself has been well and truly challenged, I can see the positive in my strengths, and recognise when I need a little help.
No matter where you are on the path of diagnosis, treatment and self discovery; remember, our ADHD is a GIFT. Enjoy unwrapping it,