Diagnosed or undiagnosed ADHD can impact various aspects of your family life: day-to-day functioning, relationships and well-being.
If your child has strong ADHD traits, you may feel overwhelmed by the demands of caring for your child. It can be so difficult to see your child struggle with what can seem like simple tasks or self-care and not know how to help them.
You might be wondering whether to apply for an assessment, stuck on a years-long waiting list, worrying about the possible impact of the medication on your child...
If that sounds familiar, I want you to know that you are not alone, and help is available
I am Una Archer, since graduating with my MSc in educational psychology in 2002, I have done further training on attachment, trauma, systemic practice and neuropsychology. I bring all of this training and experience to my ADHD-informed family support service. My goal is to help you feel confident and empowered in your role as a parent, to navigate day-to-day parenting situations in a calmer and more connected way so that you can help your child embrace their unique self and thrive in all areas that are important to them.
If you are wondering how I can help you, I invite you to book an initial consultation. I listen to what's happening for you and your family right now. I'll share what could be helpful going forward.