I'm Kim, a Certified ADHD coach. My passion is supporting neurodivergent people to learn, grow and show up in the world proud to be our authentic selves.
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I run a support WhatsApp group for women and non-binary people with ADHD
We share resources, tips and advice
I've collected worksheets, articles and tech that have helped me manage my ADHD
Do you need a virtual body partner? Check out focusmate. It's free. You can get paired up with a virtual stranger for an hour to help hold you accountable with your work
I share a lot of my thoughts, tips and advice via my blog. Check it out!
I took part in a campaign called "Staring back at me". The webpage shares experiences of women & non-binary people who were diagnosed with ADHD as adult's
Kim is an entrepreneur, ADHD coach and neurodiversity advocate
Kim was diagnosed with ADHD during the pandemic. This was a lightbulb moment for Kim because it helped explain why she had suffered from chronic depression and anxiety.
She didn't see any neurodivergent professionals who looked like her. Nor did she see any resources to help her navigate her ADHD, autism and dyslexia as an adult.
This is what led Kim to train as a Certified Coach and pursue entrepreneurship. Her passion is to make resources and support for neurodivergent individuals accessible and affordable.
Kim currently works closely with several ADHD-focused organisations to lead support groups, coach individuals, and work on the agenda to increase diversity in the profession. She is also working closely with universities to make entrepreneurship more accessible and inclusive to disabled and neurodiverse people.
ADHD Coaching is for individuals who want a tailored approach to help them understand their ADHD and how to manage it!
Improve executive functioning (think organisation, habit forming)
Develop strategies and create systems that help
Discover your strengths
Keep you accountable to your goals
Research has shown that ADHD coaching is effective for wellbeing and improved executive functioning.
Kim trained at the prestigious International ADHD Center (which is one out of two organizations providing Certified ADHD coach training). She has racked up 300+ hours of coaching. Most of her clients are people who have been diagnosed with ADHD later on in life. Kim takes an outcome-orientated approach to coaching and likes taking notes for her clients. She is also always sharing the latest research with clients.
Certified ADHD Coach
Over 200 hours of coaching
On platforms: PUK, ADHD UK
One of the top 50 neurodivergent women
Services for Businesses
Disability and neurodiversity are complex topics but we can help you develop bespoke workshops to your specific organizational needs.
Previous workshops have included introducing neurodiversity to the firm via a mix of engaging story telling whilst making the session educational and interactive.
Kim uses her extensive knowledge of neurodiversity and her passion for data-driven research when designing workshops.
"Neurodiversity is the competitive advantage that all businesses need to succeed in the knowledge economy"
"Benefits from neurodiversity for organisations in terms of diversity of thought is more direct, because neurodiverse people are wired differently from "neurotypical"people so they may bring new perspectives to a company"
Kim regularly hosts events for her community as her way of giving back. It's a great way for peole with ADHD (diagnosed or not ) to meet others in the same boat and make new friends.