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ADHD Support

Do you struggle with motivation, organization, task initiation and completion even though you know the task is important and you want to be doing it?

Do you struggle with internalized shame and guilt that "should" be able to do the things that fall through the cracks or that you just can't seem to motivate yourself to do?

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As a late diagnosed ADHDer myself supporting challenges and mental health struggles that co-occur with ADHD is an area that I am very passionate about and personally relate to. In addition to behavioral strategies "ADHD Hacks" for executive dysfunction to increase motivation, improve task initiation and completion, and organization I also focus on self-compassion and self-acceptance.  Many ADHDers have internalized shame and judgments from others that they are lazy, should just try harder, or are inconsiderate of others. I practice from a neurodiversity affirming perspective meaning that I view ADHD as a brain difference and although there can be some painful difficulties that come along with being ADHD there are many strengths that come along with this brain difference as well.  Many ADHDers are creative, out of the box thinkers, spontaneous, love to learn, have a deep sense of social justice and compassion for others, and the ability to hyper focus on things they are passionate about. I focus on supporting clients to be kind to themselves regarding the areas they struggle with and identify and lean into their strengths to work toward living a fulfilling life prioritizing what they value the most.

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