Hi, I'm Beth.

I'm here to help you get on the right track when you first think you might have ADHD. It's a daunting place to be, and I was where you are. Here you'll find resources and concepts that worked for me... I hope they work for you, too.

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There is strength in recognizing and welcoming everyone’s talents.


Neurodiversity means everyone thinks and processes differently

Everyone thinks differently, which is good. Plenty of research says so. But, until everyone gets on board and up-to-speed, the power of neurodiverse thinking is hidden under myths and stigma. We create differently, work differently and behave differently. And we ALWAYS feel differently. We look like everyone else, but we are very different on the inside. These differences are worth getting to know.

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Our differences are hard to see and explain

We aren’t always aware of our differences or willing to acknowledge them. Our different wiring can’t be seen so it’s misunderstood. The things we do make sense to us, but they mean something different to those around us. We don’t match outdated diagnostic criteria so we go undiagnosed, misdiagnosed, and end up in workplace and relationship mismatches. Yet, with the right support, we can look inside to find and make the most of our hidden assets.

We Are The Point.

Life for the neurodiverse is a lot like the life of color pencils. Inside each is a vibrant color center — the very point of the pencil. It’s protected by a matching covering on the outside marked with years of wear. And just like pencils, we get dulled, broken and chewed on. 

But with the right tools we can sharpen our point to reveal our vibrant colors within. And with the right support we can learn ways to write our story without pressing so hard that we break. Support can help us move beyond the pencil metaphor and learn how to strengthen our hidden colors within for the rest of the world to see.

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About Me

Hey there! I'm Beth, a neurodiversity advocate and consultant here to help smooth the path of your ADHD journey.

As someone who has lived with neurodiversity my entire life, I understand the challenges and opportunities that come with it. That’s why I’m here to offer my support and help you find the right tools and support to navigate challenges and tap into your hidden strengths with confidence. Let’s work together to discover the power of you.

Resources and Support

Welcome to my personal library of resources that have been helpful since my ADHD diagnosis.


Providers &

Comprehensive resource directories featuring websites and companies offering a wealth helpful information

Books &

Insightful books and podcasts that delve into the intricacies, complexities, and significance of neurodiversity

Support Groups


Local community groups dedicated to supporting, networking, and connecting with like-minded individuals

Book Me

Request to have me speak at your next conference or neurodiversity event

Create an event to help attendees thrive in their neurodiversity. I’d love to be a part of it, sharing insights through storytelling and heartfelt connection. I’ll bring a perspective based on medically-reviewed evidence. Audiences will recognize surprising ways their wiring has made it harder to navigate life, including people-pleasing, perfectionism, and unexpected emotionality. Attendees will leave inspired with tools to challenge their limitations and discover their strengths. Together, let’s create an event that sparks curiosity and self-advocacy so they can see what was wrong with us, is actually what’s right with us.

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Work with ME

Personalized services to define and navigate your life and relationships


Make it Yours:

Identify Your Values & Personal Philosophy

Discover your authentic values and gain clarity in decision-making. Through guided sessions, you’ll uncover your core values and needs, empowering you to create a personal philosophy that serves as a reliable compass. Let go of people-pleasing and get started on a life rooted in your own beliefs and aspirations. Get used to living life on your own terms, aligned with what truly matters to you.

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Make it Work:

Set up Supporting Systems

Once you’re clear on your core values and beliefs, we’ll dive into supportive systems to bring them into your everyday routine. You’ll discover how much easier it gets as you watch habits naturally align with your values. You’ll have the tools to make consistent choices and take actions aligned with your new values. These systems will help you navigate challenges with clarity, ensuring your everyday moments reflect the empowered authenticity you crave.

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Make it Stick:

Apply them in Your World

The final stage of this process matches your personal philosophy and values with how you communicate. You’ll boost your confidence in expressing yourself, making decisions and choices. Watch as your connections with others become more genuine and purposeful. You’ll be able to navigate the world with a stronger sense of purpose and deeper fulfillment in your day-to-day living.

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Always remember that you are absolutely unique, just like everyone else.

- Margaret Mead