I desperately need to get my life organised and productive so I'm hoping to try out some coaching.
Can anyone recommend one please? and if so would you mind sharing in what ways and how they were able to effectively help you and how the coaching sessions were run? i.e via phone, in person or skype and did they allow contact in between sessions for example, via email or whatasapp?
If you could give a rough monthly figure for what they charge and for what that would also be a big help.
I'm a trainee coach with The Coach Training Academy (thecoachtrainingacademy.com), a school accredited with the International Coaching Federation. As part of my training I will need to take on non-fee paying clients starting in a couple of weeks. If you'd be interested please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
As someone with ADHD myself (combined type) I am able to bring first hand experience and knowledge to the my coaching. I believe in building a positive, supportive coaching relationship, with a focus on discovering and nurturing strengths.
jacob13: Hi, I'm a young professional and my private doctor won't prescribe me Elvanse until I pass a drug's test, I'm 3 weeks sober from cannabis but still testing positive and may continue to test positive for THC for a long time. I'm looking for recommendations
May 24, 2020 16:25:42 GMT
greenfern: Hello, I'm a 42-year-old mum and struggling with (undiagnosed) inattentive ADHD. Would like to talk to others in the same (messy and disorganised) boat.
May 23, 2020 12:33:57 GMT
ninakay: no help in U.K. at all scared to the thought of no light at the end of the tunnel feel so pathetic and inadequate don’t know where to turn
May 23, 2020 12:27:31 GMT
ninakay: Hi I’m Nina I’m 50 And having trouble getting diagnosed being told I will have to come off my anti depressants first
May 23, 2020 12:26:18 GMT
flowergirl: Hi I'm new and very keen to find other women living with ADHD. I'm 48, diagnosed 4 years ago, Converta XL helps me hugely, but hormones try to up-end any equilibrium. Not much support in the UK for women with ADHD. Anyone out there who can advise?
May 18, 2020 9:06:45 GMT
piratesm: nightowl and urcapable. Please could you send me that helpful link regarding going private?
Mar 27, 2020 23:41:50 GMT
musictomyears: Hi, I am 50 and recently diagnosed with ADHD and Autism. I found Methyphenidate gave me anxiety. Just going to try Elvanse. Any women out there think that the menopause makes everything worse?
Mar 19, 2020 21:07:05 GMT
nightowl: Hi. I'm newly diagnosed ADHD (inattentive) at 47. I have some questions about the cost of drugs going private so will be looking on here. Meanwhile thanks to urcapable for the helpful link. My daughter is dyslexic too so that will help!
Feb 10, 2020 14:36:16 GMT
kate: Hello I'm a 50 year old lady just realising I have ADHD.
Jan 31, 2020 20:55:05 GMT
mamadedos: Anyone, everyone posting in the Shoutbox: If you would like a response or want to interact with other members, please go to the Forum and post in Introductions or Lounge or any of the topical boards. There is no way to get in touch with you from here.
Jan 30, 2020 21:03:29 GMT
silver: My wonderful Mother recently declared I was diagnosed ADD, as a child. This would have happened sometime in the late 70's. Hmmm. Seriously? This is either a 'golden opportunity' or 'poison chalice' Current status.... sitting on the fence
Jan 21, 2020 10:41:59 GMT
toshi: Hi ,there, I am 49 years old mum of 10 years old kid. I am bad parent, and it's made my kid unwell, my husband pointed out I have to change how I behave towards to my kid. NHS discharged me already, as they don't have any source in Cambridge.
Jan 17, 2020 21:45:27 GMT
kpnutz5357: HI I'm 57 & from west midlands,I'm still on waiting list to be assessed.My family & friends are in denial I have ADHD. My husband know i have these symptoms,but at times he gets frustrated & then i get stressed & more depressed. Any support in this area
Jan 9, 2020 3:56:40 GMT
dancingman: I'm 58, West Midlands, diagnosed Sept 2018, highly creative; at 50 went from a poor A level to an MA, battled to qualify as a university lecturer. Disability discrimination has made me ill, and struggling to function. I seek a lawyer who UNDERSTANDS adhd.
Jan 6, 2020 4:28:03 GMT
Elsie28: 46 female in South London, diagnosed with ADHD. What now? Am at a loss where to get support
Dec 3, 2019 1:45:24 GMT
anita: Hi I'm 56 and have just joined this forum. All my life I have struggled with learning new things, never see a new hobby to the end. I struggled with education at school. I looking to be tested for AADD in the near future. Sometimes I feel so alone
Nov 25, 2019 20:10:22 GMT
stanley: Hi just joined group, wondered if anyone knew if my son of 23 could be given Concerta, he is currently taking 3x 20 mg a day of Methylphenidate, but he never remembers to take the one at lunch or evening so is not very effective ,
Nov 18, 2019 15:47:20 GMT
ribaru: Hi, I'm 51, joined here to see how relatable ADHD problems are, and as an introductory thought, wondered if "Jack of all trades master of none" (John Gower) was the first literal description of medieval ADHD (only an amusing thought, not serious).
Oct 26, 2019 15:03:55 GMT