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Looking for 1-on-1 ADHD Coaching?

Queer ADHD offers memberships for community support and group coaching, and does not offer individual coaching. Instead, we’re proud to support the businesses of ADHD coaches who serve the queer community. Coaches generally offer free consultations to help you find out if they’re a good fit, so if you’re interested, please reach out to them through their websites—and tell ’em Queer ADHD sent you! 

Reminder: Queer ADHD is not responsible for these businesses and is not involved in any agreements you make with these coaches directly. We’re just here to help you find them. 😊


Lou Rogers (he/they)
Unconditional ADHD Coaching

“My coaching style is based on unconditional acceptance. I meet each client where they are in their ADHD journey, then help them to identify their strengths and use them as a scaffolding to build sustainable strategies.”

About

Qualifications: Trained Coach

  • Completed: ADDCA Basic Coach Training Program (completed Feb 2021)
  • In Progress: Working toward certifications with ADDCA and ICF
  • Coaching Experience: 50+ coaching hours meeting certification criteria
  • What this means: This coach has completed a comprehensive ADHD coach training program and is fully qualified to work with clients professionally. They are in the process of accumulating experience hours and/or completing additional requirements toward certifications. 

Jessica Gilbert (she/her)
Unlocking Individuals

“I love seeing people unlock their unique strengths and take steps towards building lives that are satisfying and authentic for them. Your individual experience is the key. In coaching, we explore what does and doesn’t work for you. We clarify what’s important to you, where you want to go, and how you can get from here to there.”

About

  • Location: San Francisco Bay Area, California
  • Identities: ADHD, queer, biracial
  • Also passionate about: art, dogs, horticulture, yoga
  • Website: Jessica K. Gilbert

Qualifications: In Final Stages of Training

  • In Progress: ADDCA Basic Coach Training Program (in final stages of training; expected completion December 2021); Working toward certifications with ICF and PAAC
  • Coaching Experience: 10+ coaching hours meeting certification criteria
  • What this means: Since this coach is in the final stages of their training, you can expect them to have all the training they need to be an effective coach. They may still be establishing their personal coaching style and methods for managing their coaching business. Their coaching hours now qualify as experience toward certification.

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ADHD Coach Directories

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Therapist Directories

If you are dealing with depression, anxiety, PTSD, or other mental health issues that interfere your ability to focus, it may be more beneficial to work with a therapist before you begin working with a coach. There are queer-friendly therapist directories at…


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