Updated: Jun 30
Navigating ADHD as an adult can be overwhelming and stressful in a world that’s not designed for us. Whether you’re struggling with time blindness, executive dysfunction or overwhelm at work, it’s not always easy having a neurodivergent brain that works differently from your neurotypical peers.
Luckily there is support available – including ADHD coaching. But what is it exactly and how can it help? That’s exactly what I addressed as a guest on the Women and ADHD podcast. Together with Katy, I demystify what ADHD coaching actually is, how to know if you need it and how to know if it’s working – as well as breaking down some research-backed strategies we use to help our clients.
Hopefully, this podcast helps you understand what ADHD coaching looks like and how to know if it’s the right fit for you. If you'd like a transcript version you can also find it here.
Talk again soon!
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They will help you understand your executive functioning struggles and learn how Unconventional Organisation can help you. Plus, they also have ADHD!
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PS. Also, just an update, if you're wondering what happened to the articles... I had a baby in January! But the articles will be back again regularly very soon! Thank you so much to everyone who messaged me and for your well wishes.