We're Queering ADHD Coaching
Are you looking for queer-centered coaching,
education, and community support for your ADHD?
Welcome! You’re in the right place!
Queer ADHD is an ADHD coaching practice and resource center for the LGBTQIA+ adult community founded by Sarah Dopp. We offer memberships for group coaching, as well as for educational and supportive community gatherings. Our goal is to address the growing need for ADHD support in the queer, nonbinary, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and asexual communities—along with the rest of our alphabet identities.
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Get unlimited access to Community Sessions, our weekly gathering for connection, education, and support, as well as our online private discussion space.
Get everything in the Community Membership, plus join a small group (up to 6 people) that meets weekly for professional ADHD coaching.
Our Members Hub is LIVE!
We’re thrilled to announce that our members-only discussion space — the Queer ADHD Members Hub — is active (and the conversations are wonderful)! Choose the Membership that works for you and then look for your invitation to access the Hub.
Looking for individual coaching?
Queer ADHD does not offer individual coaching, but we are proud to support the ADHD coaches who are emerging in our queer community. Check out our Find a Coach page to find a coach that’s right for you!
Upcoming Community Sessions
Queer ADHD Community Sessions are weekly gatherings over Zoom. They’re designed to help support our ADHD brains through learning, sharing, and connection in a queer community space. The sessions are warm, supportive, practical, and full of beautiful queer folks.
Theme for May: Self-Awareness
Often Overlooked: The ADHD-Emotion Connection
When mainstream society thinks of ADHD, a specific image tends to come to mind: a person (often a child) bouncing off the walls, unable to hold their attention. As we know, this is only a small slice of our collective experience, especially as adults. One core aspect of our ADHD that is regularly unacknowledged (even in the DSM!) is the emotional side. Join us to learn about, discuss, and normalize the unique emotional experiences and processes ADHDers tend to share.
Speaker: Noor Wise
Host: Dylan Marie Alter
- Drop In Rate: USD $25 per session*
- Members have unlimited access! (Just use your personal code to register.)
* If this price is too high for you to be able to join us, please contact us to discuss a price that would work for you.
Community Sessions take place at two different times (for time zone accessibility) each week.
- Every Wednesday at 10-11:30am Pacific // 1-2:30pm Eastern // 6-7:30pm London
- Every Wednesday at 5-6:30pm Pacific // 8-9:30pm Eastern // 10-11:30am (Thurs) Sydney
We’re queering ADHD Coaching with community wisdom. Serving LGBTQIA+ adults w/ADHD. Become a member!
✨You are not alone.✨
Routines? I hated them…until I was diagnosed with ADHD. Rather than a test to fail, they were gardening tools and houseplants, pruning the stress and anxiety from my day-to-day and creating an environment to thrive.
I hear you’re a queer person who just discovered you have ADHD. Welcome! I’m excited to officially welcome you to this rather specific—and specifically wonderful—club.
There’s this thing I do with Internet projects: I create something small and focused to meet my own needs, and then I turn my back for like, one minute and suddenly it has expanded way, way, way beyond my original scope.
Has it already been a month? It feels like it has flown by, but somehow it also feels like I’ve been doing this work for a long time—like it’s a part of me.
I made the decision to protect one day a week—Thursdays—for whatever I want to do in the moment. This turned out to be one of the most powerful gifts I could have given myself.