ADHD coach San Diego


  • Professional Coach for Adults, Adolescents, and Parents with (or without) ADHD

  • Diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder in the 3rd Grade

  • B.A. In Psychology, Masters in Education and formerly held a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential 

  • An educator from 2001 to 2014. Taught a variety of ages from preschool through college, special needs, alternative education and sports coaching

  • Former Director of an education specialty company for 4 years

  • Guest Speaker for CHADD, Conferences, Colleges, and trainings

  • CMC, Certified Mentor Coach by MentorCoach LLC. coach training program accredited by the International Coaching Federation , ICF

  • PCC, Professional Certified Coach by the ICF

  • CACP, Certified ADHD Coach Practitioner by the PAAC, Professional Association of ADHD Coaching

  • ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO) Membership Committee Chair

  • Hogan Assessment Certified

  • Located in Atlanta, Georgia


After graduating from The Ohio State University, with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, I moved to San Diego and earned a Master's Degree in Education at Alliant University. At that time, I earned a California Teaching Credential and I devoted my professional career to creating success in academic, psychological and behavioral education with children. With over 15 years of experience, I have worn many hats. I have worked as a personal coach, counselor, consultant, director of a mentoring and social club program as well as a special needs teacher. I have taught students from preschool age through high school, including special education and alternative education.


Currently, I Coach and Consult adolescents, parents and professionals from New York City to Atlanta, Georgia. Since I work with all types of clients, not all of my clients have ADD/ADHD. But, all of them have goals that are important. I have developed a practice aimed at leveraging a growth mindset while progressing the barriers of self development. Together, we co-create a life standard of satisfaction that can only be created with intentional goal setting and building up the strength of accountability.



Because I was diagnosed with ADD when I was in the third grade, I have had the opportunity to establish a rare perspective of its many challenges and the unique ADD learning process. With the help of tutors, coaches and mentors, I have learned to educate and advocate for myself. Throughout my educational and professional experience, I have had the opportunity to develop a thorough understanding of the services necessary to support those effected with ADD and their families. I have found that my journey with ADD is always beginning and that I must always maintain positive momentum.  I also believe that humor can create positive learning experiences and believe in the foundations of positive psychology. We learn best when we are running towards our goals rather than away from the consequences.


If you would like to speak more or learn about coaching through a complimentary consultation, you may contact me for more information.