Your ADHD allies: other coaches and therapists
I have spoken to most of the ADHD allies on this list or found their resources useful (most have ADHD).
When looking for a coach/ therapist check they are a good fit for you. Although these ADHD allies may live far from you, they work online with clients OR have online programmes or ADHD resources.
ADHD coach & BACP Therapist (UK/ NZ)
Alex’s compassionate no bullsh*t approach helps clients understand how they’re wired, play to their strengths, and silence their inner critic – to discover how ADHD can help them thrive.
ADHD Coach (UK)
As a systemic coach, Cara can support you with communication & social skills, relationships, sensory sensitivities, organisational skills, difficult emotions, transitions and change, & impulse control.
ADHD coach (UK/ Europe)
Linda is an ADHD coach with over 20 years of experience who helps clients reduce overwhelm, get organised & turn procrastination into productivity. She offers affordable group coaching programmes & procrastination busting groups.
Counsellor/ Coach (Bucks, UK)
Sarah is a straight-talker- and a great person to talk to if you think you might have ADHD.
She’s also a passionate advocate for ADHD – in particular young people who are in prison due to undiagnosed ADHD.
Positive Psychology coach
Caroline coaches on strengths & wellbeing. More ADHD-aware than ADHD expert, Caroline helps you hear your thoughts out loud, grab insights & use them meaningfully. She’s infinitely curious, compassionate & an all-round lovely person.
ADHD coach (NW London)
Soli specialises in working with families, having had a child with ADHD.
She runs an online parent support group and offers educational resources. A teacher for 30 years, she works in schools training them to better support students with ADHD.
ADHD coach (Brit based in Canada)
Jacqueline has a great free newsletter with lots of useful tips on ADHD. She offers online courses and 1:1 ADHD coaching to help manage ADHD naturally and increase productivity.
ADHD Coach (UK/ Eire)
An experienced coach and university lecturer, Anthony McCann changed his coaching focus to ADHD after his diagnosis (2016). Coaching specialisms incl: work strategies; burnout recovery; rebuilding confidence; student support.
ADHD coach (US)
Alan is a productivity coach offering virtual coaching for ADHD teens and adults.
He offers an award-winning video-based programme ADD Crusher™ and other online ADHD resources.
Youtube Vlogger Extraordinaire (US)
If you don’t like reading, this could really work for you. Jessica produces very high energy (but short) videos on a wide range of topics. Her ADHD resources have helped many a newly diagnosed client.
ADHD coach (US)
Lynne offers coaching as well as online productivity programmes and ADHD resources. I’ve explored a few of these and her ideas have influenced me a lot. Her programmes are excellent quality with great content.