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About me

I coach people that want to tell a new story about themselves and their ADHD.

If you have ADHD, you have the same human needs as everyone else, but you also have to deal with things like hyperactivity, impulsivity, and/or inattention. This can make you believe you can’t reach your goals because you have ADHD.

As an ADHD Coach it’s my job to prove you wrong!

Did you know that having ADHD can be like having a superpower? Of course, it can also be challenging and sometimes even debilitating – but only if you don’t know how your very special brain works.

That’s where I come in. As The ADHD Advocate, I’m here to help you direct and control your superpower rather than have it control you. I understand how the ADHD brain works and more importantly, I understand what it’s like to be you. Why…? Because I have ADHD too!

Having ADHD gives me the edge as an ADHD Coach because I’ve been in your shoes and I will always have a foot in your camp. The difference is that now I have the professional training and experience to help you navigate the pitfalls and obstacles of the neurotypical world. Not only that, but I can be your Advocate.

And what does that mean…?

“Advocate” = promoter, believer, backer (yup, that’s me because I’m an Educator and Coach)

“Advocate” = lawyer (that’s me too!)

So you can see why I am uniquely positioned to help you from every angle, from your struggles to accept yourself and take control of your life, to getting the support you are entitled to under law. I can help move you from a place of overwhelm and frustration towards a place of clarity and control.  Let me be your champion and help you channel your unique gifts to live a happy and fulfilling life in integrity with who you really are...

Training, qualifications & experience

  • International Coaching Federation ("ICF") Associate Certified Coach (ACC)
  • ADD Coaching Academy ("ADDCA") Associate Coach (AAC)
  • Founder of ADHD Unlocked (https://adhdunlocked.co.uk)
  • Trustee (and former Chair) of ADHD Action - UK Charity
  • Primary School Governor for SEND and Mental Health
  • An Advisor to The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service ("ADDISS")
  • Founder of the London ADHD Support Group on Facebook
  • Founder of the ADDCA UK Facebook Group
  • Committee member of CAMHS ADHD Planning Workshops
  • Founder of the Tetherdown SEND Support Group
  • Founder of the Haringey School Governors for SEND Facebook group
  • Parent of children with ADHD
  • Diagnosed with ADHD as an adult
  • Magic Circle Lawyer (qualified in NSW, Australia) with 15+ yrs experience now specialising in Education Law (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities ("SEND")) and Disability Discrimination in the UK


  • Education Law Association (ELA)
  • National Governance Association (NGA)
  • National Association of Special Educational Needs (NASEN)
  • ICF

Member organisations


UK International Coach Federation

The International Coach Federation is the professional association for personal and business coaches worldwide.

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.

Other areas of coaching I deal with



Sensory Processing Disorder

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My Fees

My fees are commensurate with my qualifications and experience and in line with the market.

For details, please get in touch.


Normal Hours: Monday to Friday (9am - 5pm)

After Hours Availability: Variable but typically Monday to Friday (5pm - 7pm)

Further information

My clients

I coach many different types of clients. I coach and support adults with ADHD (both diagnosed and seeking diagnosis), parents of children with ADHD and young people with ADHD. Many of the adults and parents I coach are musicians, actors, film-makers, artists, professors, doctors, lawyers, CEOs and entrepreneurs. The young people I coach are mostly university students, high school students and some primary school students.

I don't ordinarily coach children with ADHD without first educating and/or coaching the children's parents. Parents need to understand their child's ADHD and learn about any adjustments they need to make around their own approaches to the child and the home environment in order for their child's coaching to be truly effective. Its very much a family affair!

All my clients share something in common. They happen to be the brightest, most insightful and creative people I have ever come across!!! They also happen to be the most frustrated... Unfortunately it comes with the territory. Individuals with ADHD can move mountains - it's the little day to day things that get in the way. That's where I come in...

Go online now to book your free Introductory Call - https://www.theadhdadvocate.com/booking

Book a free 30 minute introductory call with The ADHD Advocate to discuss how ADHD coaching can help you.

Everybody can benefit from having a good coach but specialized ADHD Coaching can really make a huge difference to your life if you have ADHD. It is Life Coaching but with an ADHD lens. It is individualized and action-focused, so you are continually working towards building the productive habits and systems that will keep you on track to thrive with your ADHD.

Its time to Tell a New Story...

A success story - Andy Wickett - Former Lead man of Duran Duran

"The coaching with Stephanie has been invigorating and life changing. She has so much empathy and enthusiasm which inspires me to move forward towards my life goals.

I am achieving more and more each day using the methods I have been taught. My focus has improved and I have learned to prioritise the more important things which move me towards my dreams and aspirations without being distracted by the small stuff!"

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Stephanie Camilleri - The ADHD Advocate

Stephanie Camilleri - The ADHD Advocate