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An upcoming self-paced online program for adults with ADHD and clinicians who support them. Designed to illuminate both the neurochemical and emotional impacts of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Module themes include:
The Basics of the ADHD Brain
Executive Dysfunction and Anxiety
Rejection Sensitivity
Chronic Overwhelm & Emotion Regulation
ADHD & Hormone Cycles
Time Management & Organization
Food Relationships
Task Inertia
Sensory Overload
ADHD in Relationships
Grieving & releasing neurotypical expectations
And more
To be the first to know when program admission opens, click the button above and submit your email address. Doing this will not sign you up for multiple or unrelated emails.
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Common experiences for adults with ADHD,
especially if diagnosed later in life, include: 
  • Chronic overwhelm
  • Poor focus and memory
  • Core beliefs of being "lazy" or "dumb"
  • Hypervigilance of rejection
  • Feeling too immobilized to start or too motorized to stop
  • Sensory overload
  • Struggles budgeting time and money
  • Chronic irritability and impatience
  • Poor impulse control
  • A sense of overwhelming others
  • Feeling like an imposter
  • Never being able to "catch up" with external benchmarks
  • Struggling to regulate emotions
  • Dread around food decisions
  • Anxiety as a tool to compensate for executive dysfunction
  • Isolation and feeling misunderstood
Being held against neurotypical expectations during school years, social development, and the eventual shift into adulthood may have left you with a sense of self shaped by failure, struggle, frustration, and feeling misunderstood.

Getting to know your brain now can help you modify what you expect from yourself, embracing your limits without shame, and celebrating your ADHD superpowers. Grief, relief, and growth are available to experience now as you empower yourself to feel a new kind of "normal."

This program aims to help you get there with:
Video Learning Lessons
Exclusive Podcast Episodes
Bite-Sized Hacks 
Built-In Reward Breaks

Structured and measurable tools to support executive functioning and understanding how to work with -- and not against -- the ADHD brain.
Masculine Tools
Nurturing and compassionate tools to help you explore yourself anew and heal the emotional impacts of being the fish who couldn't climb the tree.
Feminine Tools
  • Daily and weekly schedule templates

  • Task and time management hacks

  • A curated list of simple recipes and pantry must-haves

  • Analog period tracker for those who menstruate*

  • Therapy worksheets

  • And more

  • Meditations

  • Journal prompts

  • Art therapy exercises

  • Grief processing

  • A study of archetypes related to ADHD 

  • Personal reflections on my experience being diagnosed in my 30s

  • And more

*Studies show a correlation between hormonal cycles and ADHD symptoms. Tracking these cycles is a helpful way to attune to our mental, emotional, and physical needs as we observe them more predictably. Please note that I am not a medical doctor. 

This program is not designed to be a diagnostic tool. If you suspect you have ADHD, speak directly to a mental health professional who can assess your symptoms.

Program admission opens soon. Leave your email address at the link below for program updates, including pricing, added features, and official launch.

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