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Do you have ADHD?

it becomes easier
to like who you are.

Knowledge is Power.

Hallowell & Hatey (ADHD 2.0)

If you know who you are,

Self-diagnostic Guide

  • Are you awaiting diagnosis?

  • Do you suspect you may have ADHD?

  • Do you think a loved one may be suffering with undiagnosed ADHD?

Feel free to use our basic diagnostic guide here. 
Remember that this is NOT a complete medical diagnosis - just a guide.

Source for Diagnostic Test:

Based on the eighteen DSM-IV-TR criteria, the Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale (ASRS-v1.1) Symptom Checklist was developed in conjunction with the World Health Organization (WHO), and the Workgroup on Adult ADHD that included the following psychiatrists and researchers: 

  • Lenard Adler, MD. Associate Professor (New York University Medical School)

  • Ronald C. Kessler, PhD Professor (Harvard)

  • Thomas Spencer, MD, Associate Professor (Harvard)

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Service for undiagnosed clients

I offer an extended first session for undiagnosed clients.

I offer a bespoke 2 hour introductory session for potential clients who are undiagnosed but show clear symptoms of ADHD.

  • The session will use a series of more detailed questions (as is usually used in official medical diagnosis). I will make notes and then offer feedback using the official diagnostic guidance.  This will offer a more detailed analysis and explanation of the different aspects of ADHD that are exhibited.

  • After discussing your goals and hurdles, the coach will assess and explain how coaching work will benefit you. During the session I will explain some of ADHD's key comorbidities and the common ways that the condition can affect the daily lives of adults with ADHD.

  • You can then decide whether to embark on a series of coaching sessions going forward.

  • Following this session, you will receive summary of the session and  your responses to the diagnostic questions.

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