Appointments

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Services

West Australian based international service provision

via Google Meet teleconferencing

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Google Meet is an online video or voice conferencing app.

Google Meet is accessed from downloading the app on a mobile device, computers don't need to download anything.


When you book an appointment you will receive an appointment confirmation in your emails, including an invite with the necessary information. Invited guests can join an online video conference from their computer using any modern web browser—no software to install.


If you are on a mobile device then Download from Google Play or Apple Store. If you use your laptop you won't need to download anything.


To join the meeting at the arranged time, tap the meeting link from the invite, enter the meeting code from your host, or call into the meeting using the dial-in number and PIN in the invite. Further information will be detailed in your confirmation email.

Initial Free Consultation

15 minutes

1 per client



An opportunity for discussion



ADHD Coaching

For anyone living with ADHD

Including parents of under 18's


$120 per session



Coaching is a forwarding process, towards goal setting and developing the processes and systems to reach those goals.

ADHD coaching is underpinned by thorough understanding of ADHD as a neurodevelopmental difference

My expertise is unparalleled including professional practice, education and training, framed through multi-faceted lived experiences, and my experience in policy shifting advocacy.


ADHD coaching is not eligible for a Medicare rebate, please contact your private healthcare provider for information on private healthcare rebates




ADHD Group Coaching

Details coming soon


Strategy Consultations

I welcome inquiries to address barriers for persons with ADHD, advance solutions and manifest change for individuals, society, sectors, business and agencies.


I hold professional memberships with the Australian Association for ADHD Professionals (AADPA), ADHD WA, The Centre for Universal Design Australia, and the International Coaching Federation.


My passion to work with marginalised groups is inspired by lived and professional expertise, underpinned by academic study and practice.


$120 per hour (Initial session)

I offer a unique insight into systemic barriers to social and financial inclusion, and outcomes for persons with ADHD. Example systemic barriers include translations in educational policy and practice, and the National Disability Insurance Scheme. My advocacy enables me to align ratifications within the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disability (UNCRPD), and the opportunities for affecting societal change for persons with ADHD.



My passion to work with marginalised groups is inspired by lived and professional expertise, underpinned by academic study and practice, and a robust understanding of commonwealth policy, to advance solutions and manifest change.


My Universally Designed service provision strives to model concepts, and processes, for equitable access to learning and life outcomes.

When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change - Max Planck



For corporate, consultations or professional inquiries, please email me to arrange a Google Meet: sarah@theadhdcoach.info

A few words on coaching children (under 18's)

Children with ADHD are usually impacted by expectations already exceeding their capacity.


Therefore parents should access my services to develop their own capacity, as parents and for their personal well-being.


Parental capacity has never been more stretched, I understand that too.


Many variables in a child's life can affect ADHD symptom severity and manifestations. These include sleep, relationships, co-existing conditions, medication, transitions, the list goes on.


Everyone within a child's circle of support must understand how ADHD shows up in a child's life. I am developing the tools to enhance multi-disciplinary working to help achieve this.


My experience of teaching in the UK included multi-disciplinary working, as part of 'Every Child Matters' - an initiative to safeguard children's well-being. I have extensive personal experience of this matter also.

I get it



What a man can be, he must be.

This is a need we call self-actualisation

Abraham Maslow

The key to ADHD success? Find the courage to be who you are. This means shaping your life to fit your impulsiveness, distractibility, high energy and need for stimulation.

Lara Honos-Webb

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