Your ADHD brain is an asset. How do I know?
I used to think mine wasn’t. Then I realized that all of my best qualities come from my uniquely-structured mind.
Why I Do What I Do
That feeling when you look in the mirror and believe in your core that you can do it. When you tear up on a nature walk, because for the first time in a long time, you’re excited about what you’re capable of. For every relationship that feels close and loving, because you’re able to regulate your emotions and set healthy boundaries. For you. For your thriving life. For your beautiful, creative brain.
To help you see all of that and more. That’s why I do what I do.
Change your thoughts about your ADHD. This makes way for you to change your habits. Which changes how you ‘do’ what’s important to you. Which changes how your life happens. And how you feel about yourself.
It’s all living in your mind. You choose how it plays out.
I used to feel so held back by my ADHD traits. I looked in the mirror and judged myself for every mistake I had ever made. Everything I thought I was. Perfectionism. Self-Doubt. It all had such a strong hold on me.
I have ADHD. But I didn’t know that when I was younger. So there was a core belief in me that said, you’re not good enough. I tried therapy, but it didn’t give me what I was looking for. What I needed.
When I started working with a coach who specialized in ADHD, I felt like she got me. Not in an ‘oh, she understands my struggles’ way. But in a ‘how the HECK does she know my deepest secrets and biggest insecurities’ way.
My perfectionism mixed with my ADHD brain was holding me back from creating the big, high-impact life that I’ve always craved. So I developed skills to free myself from the paralyzing mind drama.
By taking my degree and experience in social work and combining it with my love of helping ADHDers thrive, my mission is to help high-achieving ADHDers like you free yourself from your own mind drama. It’s time to bridge the gap between where you are and the life you want to create.
If you’re driven, you can drive. Your ADHD doesn’t call the shots, but it is the gas that lets you get there your way.
A Loving Nudge
Ready to tap into your innate power and unlock that *next* step you’re scared to reach for? I’m here for all of it. Nothing is out of reach for you or your ADHD brain.