ADHD Kids Coaching
children London

"The children who need love the most will always ask for it in the most unloving ways"

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What is ADHD Coaching?

Everyday life presents an enormous challenge for children with ADHD.
If your child is being held back by the rigid demands of high school education, ADHD Coaching can make all the difference to your child. As an ADHD Coach with UK accredited teacher training, I can help your child understand their ADHD and put the systems in place to help them thrive.

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A trained ADHD coach can help empower your child to regulate their emotions, and develop areas of their executive function. Working with an ADHD Coach can help your child discover what they are good at and how they can thrive, both at school and around the home. A safe coaching relationship is essential to creating a fulfilling and orderly life both for the child and the family.

What is special about ADHD Coaching?

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How am I different?

My own experience of ADHD throughout childhood caused setbacks in friendships, school and in the home. I understand how ADHD works and the harmful cycle of negativity it can cause from a young age. I have worked with children in both primary and secondary education, so understand the barriers ADHDers are up against. My coaching philosophy inspires children to embrace their ADHD and celebrate what makes them unique.

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Is ADHD Coaching for your Child?

  • 10 - 17 years of age with a diagnosis of ADHD

  • Lacks confidence and self-esteem

  • Gets bored easily with nothing to do

  • Easily distracted from tasks and routines

  • Overreacts when things don't go their way

  • Struggles to keep up with day to day homework

  • Difficulty maintaining friendships

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Benefits of ADHD Kids Coaching

  • 10 - 17 years of age with a diagnosis of ADHD

  • Lacks confidence and self-esteem

  • Gets bored easily with nothing to do

  • Easily distracted from tasks and routines

  • Overreacts when things don't go their way

  • Struggles to keep up with day to day homework

  • Difficulty maintaining friendships