ADHD Coaching for Adults

If you’re serious about making some changes don’t procrastinate.

Book a call, let’s dive into what’s going on for you and find out if this is the thing that’s going to change your life.

What is ADHD Coaching Online About?

The first step of ADHD coaching online is to work with you collaboratively to help you clearly define how your symptoms are getting in your way, and what you want to change.

Then, we will work to determine the right habits, systems, and tools. Of course, part of that involves building these habits.

The goal is for you to have greater control over your life and to do the things you need to do when you decide to do them. 

ADHD is NEVER one-size-fits-all and the solution will be customized based on your specific needs.

This is for you if your ADHD symptoms are standing in the way of your:

  • Getting work done during the time you set to work
  • Ability to get organized and stay organized
  • Accomplishing what you know you’re capable of
  • Maintaining good relationships
  • Confidence

…your future

Successful adhd online coaching is predicated on finding a coach that’s the right fit.

If you are ready to work with a coach let’s have a conversation.
Book a no-obligation conversation now… don’t put it off.




Do any of these sound familiar to you?

“I can’t seem to start”

“I know I could achieve so much more if I stopped putting things off “

“It’s so difficult to stick with a routine”

These are common feelings for those with ADHD, including individuals that have by all accounts achieved great success. I will work with you to find ways to overcome these feelings and take action towards building momentum.

To simplify: ADHD / ADD manifests differently in different people, and we combine individual needs with the science of productivity and the latest ADHD research.

*We will work with people with ADHD / ADD symptoms who have not been formally diagnosed.

ADHD Stigma Free Swag

Check out our ADHD celebrating swag, including this notebook!

Stephanie J. Marshall: My ADHD Story

I didn’t discover I had ADHD until I was an adult, and in true ADD fashion I put off dealing with it for a number of years because it seemed like too much of a hassle to deal with. 

Like so many women I didn’t get diagnosed until I was an adult, and then it took a while for me to understand how much it had impacted my life, and how it was still impacting my life. Immersing myself in the science and research has been exciting and I have never felt so in control of what I can accomplish in a day. Literally life altering.


ADHD is horribly named. It is not a deficit of attention it is a disorder of the brain related to executive function.

ADHD Inspirations

Ellen Page – Emma Watson – Ryan Gosling – Lisa Ling – Michael Phelps -Jennifer Lawrence – Bill Gates – Albert Einstein – Cher – Richard Branson – Jamie Oliver, the list goes on…


ADHD is consistently under-diagnosed and under-treated in women, especially when hyperactivity and behavior problems are absent.