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Sarah Doll-Steinberg is a fully certified Life Coach, specializing in helping those with ADHD and Executive Function impairments. She works with children, teenagers, adults and parents, helping them to understand the neurological reasons for their behaviour, and helping them to create the life that they want. Sarah identifies the areas that need support and works with the client to create strategies to help meet the determined goals. She provides scaffolding to support the client whilst they develop new habits and improve their life skills.

Sarah trained at ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA), the global leader and pioneer in the specialty arena of ADHD coach training and one of the few comprehensive ADHD Coach Training Programs fully accredited by ICF and PAAC. Sarah then specialised in Executive Function and Social Skills development, training with both ADDCA and the "Seeing my time" programme from Marydee Sklar. Sarah is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the ICF (International Coach Federation) and an ADDCA Associate Coach.

Sarah started her coaching career after ADHD was diagnosed in her family and she struggled to find the right resources to help her family members both in home and in school. During training, Sarah discovered she also displayed most of the characteristics of ADHD and was officially diagnosed. The realisation that there was a reason behind her challenges was life changing and Sarah became determined to help other people in the same situation.

Sarah regularly attends conferences both in the UK and in the USA to keep up to date with the latest research. She is fascinated by the science of ADHD, executive function, positivity and resilience, and enjoys applying such knowledge to help individuals overcome their challenges. Sarah treats the client holistically, addressing diet, sleep, exercise and environmental issues as these can affect the severity of ADHD + Executive Function symptoms.

Sarah is a practitioner of Nutritional Therapy, and can integrate diet into her ADHD coaching sessions, in order to reduce inflammation in the body, and increase the neurotransmitters dopamine and serotonin and hence lessen ADHD symptoms.

Sarah sees clients via Zoom. The first consultation lasts for around 90 minutes with subsequent sessions lasting for 1 hour. Her clients meet with her 2,3 or 4 times per month.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Associate Certified Coach - International Coach Federation
  • Associate Certified Coach - ADD Coach Academy
  • ACG Advanced Coaching Certification - ADD Coach Academy
  • The Fundamentals of ADHD Coaching For Families - ADD Coach Academy
  • Seeing My Time Professional Course - Executive Function Success
  • Stanford University, The Upside of Stress
  • Stanford University, The Science of Willpower and Change
  • Stanford University, Inflammation and Disease
  • Connected Kids Programme, Teaching Meditation to Kids with ADHD, Levels 1 + 2
  • Diploma in Integrated Nutrition and Homeopathy, 

Member organisations


UK International Coach Federation

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Coaches can become accredited by the ICF, who have three grades of membership: Associate Certified Coach (ACC), Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and Master Certified Coach (MCC), with the different categories standing for different levels of training and experience. Master Certified Coach's have achieved a substantial level of training and experience.

Members of ICF are accountable to a professional code of ethics.


Additional information

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Monday to Friday 9am-5.30pm


Type of session

In person

Key details

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Sarah Doll-Steinberg

Sarah Doll-Steinberg