My ADHD Story
“I struggled with the symptoms of ADHD my entire life but didn’t know what was wrong.”
As a mid-life woman who is all too familiar with the challenges ADHD presents, I live with and, now, successfully manage its symptoms daily. Additionally, I am a mother, daughter, and wife who has all the life experiences these roles bring.
From joy to heartbreak, I have lived it. I’m also an experienced professional, and I have held positions at every level in the corporate healthcare world, from the front line to the C-Suite. Navigating the tests and trials of corporate life with ADHD has been my world, with all its ups and downs.
I struggled with the symptoms of ADHD my entire life but didn’t know what was wrong. I always felt I had a ‘fatal flaw.’ I searched for answers for years until I was finally diagnosed with ADHD. Getting that diagnosis was both crushing and a huge relief. Initially, I grieved my many years of struggle that could have been different.
Eventually, though, I began to look forward to a new and positive future. I learned to manage the challenges my symptoms presented, unleashed my potential, and I discovered my power.
In addition to taking medication, I found a coach who helped me experience the incredible power of coaching. It impacted me so much I decided to train with the International ADHD Coach Training Center, and I now work with people who have ADHD. I am a certified ADHD coach and am pursuing my International Coach Federation accreditation – the gold standard in coaching.
Now I work with people who live with ADHD to manage their symptoms and maximize their potential. I listen intently and without judgment, adding a logical voice and sometimes a bit of humor.
My clients become empowered to bring about the changes they have always hoped for so they can be clear, confident, productive, and happy.
I would be thrilled to work with you to find freedom from the grip of ADHD. Contact me and let’s find out if we would be a good fit to work together.