Services

Please note

Prices will next increase in October/Novemeber 2021 to reflect license requirements

prices are subject to change with notice provided

Thank you

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

Free Consultation


I offer each client a free first consultation so we can establish your requirements and how to meet them.

You maybe the client, or the parent of a child with ADHD, a professional or an organisation looking for direction on my services, please schedule a first free appointment. We can chat with video or voice conferencing using Google Meet, details will follow in your confirmation email.

We don't learn from experience, we learn from reflecting on experience - John Dewey




ADHD Coaching

For anyone living with ADHD




Whether you are a parent, or a person taking charge of your own ADHD, you're in great hands here. ADHD coaching is a process to become the very best we can be, think of it like sports coaching. Together we identify strengths and interests to co-create strategies, and overcome challenges.

We will shift perspectives and re-frame beliefs to uncover your innate potential.

A good coach can change a game, A great coach can change a life - John Wooden





ADHD Consultancy

All welcome! including parents and professionals

For specific situational advice and information.


Perhaps you want to know about the neuroscience of ADHD.

Perhaps you need classroom strategies.

Appointments are held using Google Meet (access details follow in a confirmation email). My Google workspace allows inclusive tools for access, participation and collaboration.


I can equip you with tools to centralise information to help collaboration.


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



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