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Prioritzing rest and relaxation can be a source of guilt for those with ADHD

Prioritizing rest: Why vacation and downtime are crucial for your wellbeing and productivity

‘Rest isn’t just sleeping one night’ – Jeff Cooper, ADD/ADHD & Attention Coach Nothing is more evocative of summer for …

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Create connection: be the glue that supports your team

One of my passions is helping people to create connection. Whether it’s in my role as an ikigai-centered ADHD coach …

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spectrums of ikigai - it could be something small - like my cup of coffee in the morning

What does the concept of ikigai really mean and why it’s so crucial in inclusion and ADHD coaching

In Japan, ikigai is an everyday word. The concept of ikigai isn’t necessarily perceived as some great meaning of life …

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Parental Coaching

Creating Connection: How Coaching Can Help Parents of Kids with ADHD

June 1 marks Global Parents Day and seems the perfect time to talk about the role of parent coaching in …

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LGBTQ+ community

Celebrating the intersectional identities of people who are neurodivergent and part of the LGBTQ+ community

“So here it is. My friends call me he, or they. The government and most of my family call me …

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neurodiverse coaching can help with mental health

How to uncover the real you with neurodiverse coaching

Mental health issues are varied in type and extremity – everyone’s experience is unique – which is why finding someone who can help you navigate your neurodiversity is so important.

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Prioritzing rest and relaxation can be a source of guilt for those with ADHD
Ikigai

Prioritizing rest: Why vacation and downtime are crucial for your wellbeing and productivity

‘Rest isn’t just sleeping one night’ - Jeff Cooper, ADD/ADHD & Attention Coach Nothing is more evocative of summer for me than thinking back to childhood moments of sand castle...
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Inclusion facilitation

Create connection: be the glue that supports your team

One of my passions is helping people to create connection. Whether it’s in my role as an ikigai-centered ADHD coach or as an Intercultural and Inclusion coach. I strive to...
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spectrums of ikigai - it could be something small - like my cup of coffee in the morning
Ikigai

What does the concept of ikigai really mean and why it’s so crucial in inclusion and ADHD coaching

In Japan, ikigai is an everyday word. The concept of ikigai isn't necessarily perceived as some great meaning of life but instead, it’s about what YOU value in your daily...
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Parental Coaching
Parent Coaching

Creating Connection: How Coaching Can Help Parents of Kids with ADHD

June 1 marks Global Parents Day and seems the perfect time to talk about the role of parent coaching in helping children with executive function challenges. In a world geared...
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LGBTQ+ community
LGBTQ+

Celebrating the intersectional identities of people who are neurodivergent and part of the LGBTQ+ community

“So here it is. My friends call me he, or they. The government and most of my family call me she. The media calls me she, because I don’t trust...
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neurodiverse coaching can help with mental health
Mental Health

How to uncover the real you with neurodiverse coaching

“If we start being honest about our pain, our anger, and our shortcomings instead of pretending they don’t exist, then maybe we’ll leave the world a better place than we...
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