Lynda's expertise in working with clients who have ADHD is truly invaluable. With over a decade of counselling and coaching experience and having raised children with the diagnosis, she has a deep understanding of the challenges that those with ADHD face. Lynda's classes on the subject have helped many individuals gain a better understanding of the condition and how to develop strategies to manage it. She recognises that executive function disorder and emotional disregulation can significantly impact one's work and personal life, and is dedicated to helping her clients overcome these obstacles. With Lynda's guidance and support, individuals with ADHD can thrive and achieve their goals.

Executive dysfunction

Executive function and self-regulation skills are crucial mental processes that allow individuals to plan and focus effectively. These skills involve the ability to set goals, make decisions, initiate tasks, and prioritise activities. Additionally, executive function encompasses the capacity to manage time, organise information, and regulate emotions and behaviour.

Developing and strengthening executive function and self-regulation skills is essential for success in various aspects of life, including academics, work, and personal relationships. These skills facilitate effective planning, efficient task completion, and the ability to stay on track despite obstacles or setbacks. Executive dysfunction can mean disorganisation time blindness and lack of focus and motivation.

Emotional Dysregulation

Emotion regulation is a crucial skill that involves the capacity to identify, assess, adjust, and control one's emotions. It enables individuals to effectively manage their emotional responses in various situations. However, in the context of Emotional Dysregulation, individuals experience an inability to regulate their emotions. This can impact on social and work environments and personal relationships.

How does counselling help?

Counselling helps with ADHD by assisting individuals in creating order where there is disorder. This can involve a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for ADHD and life coaching. Through these approaches, individuals can learn coping strategies, organisational skills, and techniques to manage symptoms of ADHD more effectively. 



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