I specialize in working with adult men and women that are struggling from symptoms of ADHD/ADD and/or anxiety. Many people suffer and go undiagnosed until adulthood when the symptoms began to interfere with their daily functioning.
In my practice, I help clients clear up the clutter in their lives that ADHD can bring by assisting them in breaking down their goals into manageable and attainable steps. In doing this, the fear associated with anxiety is alleviated and they are able to create and live their own success stories! My clients no longer find themselves in constant overwhelm because I have taught them how to utilize their super powers and live more in their truth. The key is to manage your ADHD so it doesn’t manage you!
I find Cognitive Therapy to be a successful and more structured approach in working with ADHD and Anxiety symptoms. A cognitive model states that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are all inter-connected. That means if we can identify and change our limiting beliefs and replace them with productive thoughts, our behaviors and emotional responses will become more positive.
I employ a mindfulness approach in order to help clients with anxiety feel calmer and worry less. This works great with ADHD/ADD too because it teaches you how to pause and not react to your environment. Taking a pause keeps you focused on the moment and more in control of your thoughts which is key in decreasing both anxiety and ADHD symptoms.
Sometimes I find our limiting beliefs and self-talk can continue to take over and run the show. This is why I have found it important to utilize a mind-body releasing technique like tapping. Tapping is a technique I use to help your body release the emotional charge a core limiting belief has on you. For example “I’m not good enough”.
So, the first step for me is to bring “awareness” to each client. Awareness of their truth, these traits that help my clients feel less overwhelmed and feel more in control. Help them to use these newly discovered tools.
The next step in my process is called “clearing”. We can not began to clear until we have awareness of our strengths. We need to understand our strengths so we can move out of the illusion of our diagnosis. We are divine beings. We have just forgotten that along the way. Diagnoses are a good way to keep us lost in an illusion of who we think we are.
I like to use the word ‘Truth” to represent our strengths and the word “Story” to represent our diagnoses. Our truth empowers us and our story limits us.
The final step is “alignment”. Once you have cleared your limiting beliefs and discovered your truth, it is time to create a “vision”, a road map, of your “ideal life”.
Check out my recent radio interviews about ADHD and Divine Alignment.