I am not just another “ADHD Coach”
Because you are more than your ADHD
To flip the script on what it means to be a woman with ADHD
A trauma-informed approach utilizing evidence-based practices that incorporate your ADHD brain and beyond in order to be able to see your differences as something to stand in and no longer hide or fight against.
As women with ADHD, we are made to believe that our brain differences are character flaws; that we are defective, wrong, or broken in some way. But your differences aren’t necessarily bad, society has just favored a “neurotypical” way of being, but it is not the only or better way.
It’s time to move away from these shame-based narratives and build the confidence and trust back in yourself to move towards the life you desire all while honoring your neurodivergence and truly see what is possible for you.
“To be nobody but yourself in a world that’s doing its best to make you somebody else is to fight the hardest battle you are ever going to fight. Never stop fighting.”
— E.E. Cummings —
The road to embracing my own uniqueness
From healing trauma, to a clinical burnout, to my own late diagnosis and recovery
My journey, much like my brain, has not been linear.
With extensive education and experience working with thousands of individuals with ADHD as a School Psychologist, I always knew something different about myself, but I couldn’t figure out what. I spent most of my life feeling broken, defective and misunderstood. I didn’t understand why I couldn’t do things the way others did.
I went from thinking it was all the trauma I experienced to have a severe clinical burnout in my early 30s that left me disconnected, depressed, and paralyzed to shift the course of my life and helped me find the answers I desperately needed.
Soon after, I discovered that my burnout was a direct result of my undiagnosed ADHD
and me trying to “keep up” in a way that was not conducive to the way I was wired.
Slowly, I started to implement everything I was taught about living with ADHD. I became obsessed with expanding my knowledge about being a woman with ADHD. I hyper-fixated on it and learned everything I could.
After a full recovery, I have spent the past 4 years dedicated to my own continued embodied practices as a neurodivergent and hone in on my gifts to be able to guide other women with ADHD to be a vessel of their own transformation.
Today, I live in a way that is true to who I am and how I function. I have learned to slow down and still be productive, feel things deeply and be regulated, be scattered and run a successful business. I can make mistakes and learn and grow from them.
I don’t have to pretend I “have it all together”, and neither do you.
So now my mission is...
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Training and credentials
ADHD Certified Educator
Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology
Masters of Science in School Psychology
Trained & Certified Through NASP
School Pyschologist for 10+ years