Sophie trained as an ADHD Transformation Coach with ADDCA, the global leaders in ADHD Coaching and Education. Motivated by her own adult ADHD diagnosis, at the same time as her two teenage children, Sophie is now dedicated to supporting clients whilst they discover their own ‘brand’ of ADHD and ways to live positively with it. She went on to consolidate her knowledge with specific Executive Functions Skills training, as this is often a key issue with a lot of ADHD clients.
Sophie has worked as a professional musician for nearly 30 years and she currently holds positions with the BBC Concert Orchestra and The Royal Academy of Music in London. Working regularly with many top UK orchestras and some of the world’s most famous conductors, Sophie is highly experienced in ways of helping the ADHD brain perform under pressure.
She uses a positive and strengths- based approach with her clients and makes sure that they feel accepted and supported throughout the whole coaching process. There are a number of coaching packages offering various levels of support according to the client’s needs.
“My training as a musician allows me be to creative and spontaneous with my ADHD clients. I love working with people who want to learn about the way their brain works and who are looking to make real change in order to positively impact their lives. The link between ADHD and poor mental health is real and far too common. Through the process of getting to know and understand each client’s individual strengths and challenges, we can then work together and find ways of increasing understanding, acceptance, self-confidence and motivation. Feeling more ‘mentally healthy’ is the natural result of this.”