ADHD Post-Diagnosis Support - Harley Therapy™ London
Have you been diagnosed with ADHD as an adult and unsure of how to manage?
Adults with ADHD are statistically more likely to experience anxiety and/or depression, and may struggle to manage day to day tasks. It's important that adults who are struggling with ADHD get the help they need.
What can an ADHD coach help with?
- Achieving goals and finishing tasks
- Help to become more organised
- Manage emotional difficulties and impatience
- Improve focus
- Manage impulsive behaviour like overspending
- Increase self-esteem
- Help with prioritising
- Reduce procrastination
- Help manage relationships
Why is it important for ADHD Support as an adult?
The symptoms of ADHD combined can make dealing with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder very difficult in adult life and sufferers could find themselves with a range of difficulties, such as financial complications, problems at work, relationship problems and physical or mental health issues.
While medication can help you focus, a prescription doesn't address the many side effects of having ADHD, or troubleshoot the coping mechanisms you've developed over the years that might actually be holding you back. Treating ADHD with therapy/coaching, on the other hand, can.
Coaching/therapy can be used as a sole treatment pathway or a perfect complement to any medication, you are taking. Coaching is "skills-based" and will teach you the coping skills you need, as well as enable you to think and act in new ways which will help you to feel in control of your life again.
The Benefits of ADHD Support
- Judgement-free support from someone who understands exactly what you are going through
- Develop healthier relationships with loved ones, friends and family
- Reduce frustration and anxiety
- Become more organised and able to prioritise
- Increased self-esteem, self-worth and self-respect
- Understand your potential
ADHD Post-Diagnostic Support at Harley Therapy™ with Dr Maria Daves
Dr Maria Daves is a Counselling Psychologist and ADHD coach with over 15 years’ experience of working therapeutically in mental health settings. She draws upon cognitive-behavioural, existential and psychodynamic models, which she uses to tailor a unique formulation and treatment plan for each person, according to the difficulties with which they are struggling and the changes they wish to make.
Maria started her career working with people with Autism (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD) and this remains one of her specialist areas. Maria has a strong interest in Neurodevelopmental difficulties, especially in women, and those coming to terms with other health, personal issues and lifespan challenges.
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