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A holistic approach to Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder so you can learn thrive with ADHD.

ADHD Counseling

Unlock your strengths...

Have you ever caught yourself wondering why things seem so much easier for other people? Or perhaps you have been criticized throughout your lifetime for the ways you don’t fit in with societal expectations? You are either too much, too little, or both! In addition to social pressure, a lot of people with ADHD beat themselves up and feel discouraged because they aren’t living up to their potential or are failing to meet their goals. Shame and self-doubt creep in, and you may question your worth. If leaning in and trying harder isn’t working, you need a new approach.


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder may describe how your brain works, but it doesn’t define who you are or how successful you can be. With ADHD counseling, you can learn to work with your rhythms and begin to recognize parts of ADHD that are your greatest strengths.

Learning to live with ADHD is more complicated than simply taking medication and developing supports to increase your executive functioning. I take a holistic approach to ADHD counseling that involves learning to work with your brain, increasing self-awareness, processing the pain of estrangement, and learning to be present with yourself and your emotions. There is no one-size-fits-all solution. Together we will get curious and dig deep to understand more clearly what’s driving your behavior and develop ways to respond intentionally. Through our work together, you will:

  • Understand yourself better and learn to structure your life to meet your needs

  • Increase awareness of triggers and coping mechanisms that keep you from being present

  • Learn how to approach tasks so that you can meet your goals

  • Learn to love and accept yourself

  • Become more comfortable experiencing your emotions

  • Decide whether medication is right for you

  • Learn natural ways to stimulate your brain

Let's Get Started!


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