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Alexandra Loewe, BMus, MA, DipTCA

ADHD Coach & Mindfulness Coach

Alexandra Loewe has worked for 25 years in education and mentoring, working with young people to develop their social and creative skills, with elderly with dementia to regain communication pathways and with adults and children on the autism and ADHD spectrum.

She has worked in schools as a mindfulness practitioner and has developed a vocal health strategy incorporating mindfulness and confidence building. She runs workshops in EI and follows this up with one to one life coaching and personalised presentation skills programmes. She works as an ADHD coach with adults and children.

Dr. Debra Keay MBBS MRCPsych

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr. Keay’s is the ADHD clinical lead for a London based NHS Trust. She has extensive experience in working with the range of child and adolescent mental health problems with a particular interest and expertise in assessment and management of Neurodevelopmental disorders such as ADHD, Autistic spectrum disorders and Tic disorders. She also regularly assesses and treats anxiety, mood disorders, OCD, psychotic and eating disorders.

Dr. Mukesh Kripalani MD FRCPsych

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr. Kripalani is a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and is our lead Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in adult ADHD, general adult, rehabilitation and early intervention psychiatry.

Dr. Kripalani is a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and is our lead Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in adult ADHD, general adult, rehabilitation and early intervention psychiatry.

Dr. Kripalani is actively at the forefront of psychiatric research in the UK today. He has published research widely on the topic of Adult ADHD.

Dr. Stephanie Morrison DPsy., CPsychol


Dr. Morrison is a Counselling Psychologist with many years of experience working both privately and within an NHS multidisciplinary CAMHS team.

She focus particularly on difficulties around learning and incorporates an educational psychologist’s emphasis on cognitive testing within a broader psychological assessment process tailored to the needs of each individual child.

Dr. Ashish Kumar MBBS MRCPsych

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr. Ashish Kumar is a leading Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist based in the North West of England. He specialises in assessment, diagnosis and management of complex developmental disorders, such as ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Disorders across the life span as they present in children, adolescents and adults.

Rupert Pearson BA (Dunelm), PGCE

Private Tutor and Educational Therapist

Rupert Pearson is a professional tutor and mentor for primary, secondary and undergraduate students. Particular interests of his include facilitating learning with ADHD and with related and co-occurring needs, with giftedness, with general organisational and motivational challenges, and with relevant anxieties such as ‘maths anxiety’. Rupert supports all essential study skills, from phonics and scribing to writing essays and timing exams. He continually adds new subject levels and curricula, pedagogies and educational therapies to his practice.

Latest Evidence-Based Treatments Available

  • CBT | Coaching
  • Medications
  • Parent Support
  • Wellbeing | Mindfulness

What is CBT?

CBT is the acronym for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. It is a manner of treatment created to improve an individual’s happiness through modifying their dysfunctional behaviours, thoughts and emotions. It is aimed to educate the client that their negative thoughts can be their impediment in unlocking their ultimate potentials.

What is Coaching?

Coaching is an intervention given to individuals who have ADHD to help them stay focused on a task while giving encouragements along the way. It targets to improve an individual’s time management, planning, goal setting, organisation and problem solving.

Some circumstances calls for both CBT and Coaching to be combined. The evidence gathered from studies conducted shows that combining the two will give best results.

What are the benefits of ADHD Coaching?

Our Coaching for ADHD culminated exceptional results in our client’s daily life and functioning. The focus of our coaches is to improve the client’s daily experiences through teaching them new skills which includes:

  • Increasing Focus through neglecting possible distractions
  • Tuning their sleeping patterns
  • Improve their decision making
  • Controlling their impulsive behaviour
  • Make a healthy relationship with their personal and professional life

Our clients have learned how to deal with their problems that involve self-management through our behaviour specialist coaches. These  are the problems that individuals with ADHD often experience:

  • Keeping their Motivation
  • Time Management
  • Finishing Work on time
  • Keeping their Focus
  • Impulsivity
  • Less Social Skills

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ADHD is always associated with Poor Working Memories. Working Memories are the ones responsible for storing and controlling information for a short period of time. Those who have poor working memories often have difficulties in using their inquired information as a guide to finishing their given tasks.

What is the connection between COGMED and Working Memory?

COGMED is a training program, created to boost a person’s working memory. According to clinical studies conducted, 80% of those who took the internet-based COGMED Working Memory Training, improved their focus after completing their training.

What are the Benefits of COGMED Memory Training?

An individual who has difficulty with attention and learning, most probably have an impairment in cognitive function. COGMED Memory Training can help raise this individual’s working memory capacity and help develop their cognitive functions.

What is the ADHD Medication?

Stimulants are the doctor’s first choice when it comes to giving a prescription to their patients. This is because it helps calm the individuals who have ADHD.  It takes in a form of a skin patch, capsule, pill or liquid and usually lasts up to 4 to 12 hours at most.

However, stimulants do not work for everyone. If this is the case, then, non-stimulants are given to the patient.

Non-stimulants prescribed to those patients who are sleepless and agitated.

There are also instances where doctor prescribe Antidepressants, especially when the patient has a mood disorder, anxiety, or depression.

What are the benefits of ADHD Medication?

Although Medication for ADHD has helped our clients in several ways, most especially in managing symptoms for ADHD. Medications cannot cure ADHD.

They only help the patients control their emotions and to stay focused. This is why doctors recommend that their patients to take medication during their therapy.

Medications do not work for everyone for the cause that every person has different needs. This is why a physician should be closely monitoring during the patient’s medication.

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When a child undergoes ADHD Treatment, they are not the only ones involved. Parents go through the same things when it comes to dealing with their child too. It is essential for the parents to be determined in helping their child.

Our experts have thoroughly designed a programme that is aimed to help parents in managing their child’s behaviour.

It is important for the parents to stay positive, know what they’re doing, and particularly, have them believe their child along the duration of the workshop. This is because the parents are just as important as the physicians during the treatment. Most of the children who goes through our treatment need someone to support them during the treatment.

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Well Being

It is common knowledge that one must take care of themselves. One of the ways of taking care of ourselves is by exercising.

The release of the hormone called dopamine is increased whenever we exercise. This simply means that whenever the person with ADHD exercises, their dopamine is increased, therefore improving their focus and attention span.

Endorphins are also released during an excessive exercise. These hormones are the body’s response to pain. Endorphins help soothe the pain, thus giving our body that ‘good-feeling’ and euphoria after we exercise.

What is Mindfulness Meditation?

It is an alternative treatment for ADHD where an individual gives an extra attention to their thoughts, emotions and other body sensations.

How can Mindfulness help those who have ADHD?

Mindfulness Meditation helps develop the patient’s skills such as managing their attention and managing their focus. Not only that, it also helps the patient to be aware of their emotional state. If the patient is aware of their emotional state, their tendency to react impulsively is lessened, which is the common problem for those individuals who have ADHD.

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Book an assessment today at our ADHD Centre in Manchester.

Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday 8:30am – 8:00pm

Friday – 8:30am – 6:00pm

Saturdays – 9:00am – 6:00pm

Sundays – (Closed)

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Our Clinic’s Neighbouring Counties:

Postal/Correspondence Address:

Head Office 13304

PO Box 6945



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M20 3QD


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ADHD Centre in London
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ADHD Centre in Manchester
599 Wilmslow Rd, Manchester M20 3QD, UK


Postal Address
13304 PO Box 6945 London W1A 6US

Who We Are

We are a team of experienced Consultant Psychiatrists, Psychologists and ADHD Behavioural Coaches.

We have been diagnosing and treating people with ADHD since 2009.

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