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Having symptoms of ADHD does not indicate weakness. My goal is to inspire, empower, and support you, by harnessing your strengths and providing clarity for excellent personal and professional performance. My mission is to inspire empower and support you by giving clarity and harnessing strength within you for excellence in your personal and professional performance.


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What is ADHD?

ADHD – also known as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder – is a type of neurological condition. Those with a neurological condition are referred to as ‘neurodivergent’. This means that their brain functions learns and processes information differently to a brain that is considered ‘neurotypical’.

ADHD appears in early childhood and impacts your behaviour, mood, and thinking causing a person to be inattentive, impulsive, or hyperactive.

About 1.5 million adults have ADHD in the UK, only around 7-8% are formally diagnosed.

In adults, this may include things such as:

  • Fidgeting
  • Being forgetful
  • Difficulties concentrating
  • Lots of physical movement or talking
  • Being easily distracted by things others are able to ignore
  • Sometimes making impulsive decisions
  • Impatience
  • Difficulty prioritising and completing tasks.
  • Struggles with planning and organisation.

Having ADHD also means you are more likely to experience other mental health conditions, such as anxiety and depression.

It’s important to highlight that different people are affected in different ways. While some may display many symptoms of ADHD, others may only have a few.

Strengths neurodiverse employees can bring to the workplace.

While there are challenges that can come with having ADHD and other neurodiverse conditions, there are also many strengths. For example, these may include:

  • High levels of concentration
  • Reliability, conscientiousness, and persistence
  • Accuracy, close attention to detail and the ability to identify errors and spot patterns
  • Strong technical skills
  • Detailed factual knowledge and an excellent memory
  • Higher innovation
  • Problem-solving
  • Creative thinking


1. Adult ADHD assessment

We provide comprehensive assessments for adults living with ADHD who are undiagnosed. Under current diagnostic guidelines, a diagnosis of ADHD in adults cannot be confirmed unless your symptoms have been present from childhood.

What to expect
  • Pre-assessment questionnaire:

    A comprehensive questionnaire would help us in the diagnostic process.

  • Clinical interview :

    Selecting appropriate evidence-based assessment tools, a clinical interview is conducted. We encourage someone close to you to be present as well as bring reports from relevant organizations such as GP, university, or work. All diagnostic assessments are based on the diagnostic criteria for ADHD in ICD-10/DSM-5

  • Feedback and written report

    All the information; pre-assessment, clinical interview, and other reports will be gathered together and discussed with our team of experts and a diagnosis will be made. This will be discussed during your feedback appointment, where you will have the opportunity to ask any questions you have.

If a diagnosis of ADHD is not made, we offer suggestions and recommendations about what your next steps may be.

We do not prescribe medication to any clients. It is at the discretion of the NHS Trust as to whether they will prescribe medication, hence clients are encouraged to contact their GP before the assessment, should they require medical support.

2. ADHD: Occupational therapy for Improving Work and life Performance

Occupational therapy is highly effective for supporting individuals with ADHD to improve their performance at work and life. OT can help in following domains:

1. Executive functions

Improve executive functions such as learning skills, time management, organisational skills and prioritisation, time management, and problem-solving motivation.

2. Confidence

improving self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, and confidence in social situations. We work from a strengths-based approach and utilise motivational and CBT techniques to promote self-acceptance and authenticity. Occupational therapy focuses on helping the individual to embrace the current reality and implementing strategies for the future.
My holistic and person-centred approach towards your consultation is catered to help you achieve your best performance at work and personal life. I aim to empower my clients to enable them to take positive risks, master skills, grow, and thrive.

Occupational therapy is a very personal process aimed at maximising your strengths and resources and helping you to live life to the fullest.

3. Sensory processing

A person with ADHD may have difficulty managing or regulating their sensory needs We offer full, comprehensive sensory assessments to identify individual needs. From this, we create a sensory profile of the individual’s needs and a sensory diet of activities and strategies that can be implemented daily both at home and at work to improve focus.

4. Sleep training strategies

Aim at reducing night-time activity and waking.

5. Mindfulness and wellbeing

Stress and anxiety management are the cornerstone of therapy to maintain harmony in mind and body.

6.Workplace Management advise

The Equality Act 2010 states that employers need to consider reasonable adjustments for staff who have a disability or long-term illness so that they are not placed at the disadvantage of non-disabled staff.
OT will support neurodivergent people to maintain employment and fulfil their potential at work. This may include environmental modifications and recommending technology and tools for example Note-taking apps and sensory modulating tools.

7.  Corporate wellbeing

We work with your teams to manage their neurodiverse and other health conditions, and wellbeing and to create a safe place to work. Workplace well-being is now the priority of most organisations that seek to motivate staff and increase performance.