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Hi, I’m Coach Anna Schlapp and I specialise in coaching creative and talented people with or without ADD/ADHD.

My passion is to help people fulfil their true potential, and create a better future for themselves, as people who can understand and manage their ADD/ADHD. ADD/ADHD comes in many shapes and forms, so I also coach people who may have other co-occuring conditions, e.g. Autism or Dyslexia, or Sensory Processing Differences, which is extremely common with ADD/ADHD.

My ideal client is a person who has talents and skills, yet feels they are not yet fulfilling their potential. They may have one symptom that is holding them back, or they may have many. They may have been diagnosed and taking medication, or they may not. They want to succeed in life, and yet they commonly feel like they are coming up against a brick wall or they are in a fog. They have dreams, whether big or small, yet they just can’t seem to make any headway.

Like so many people with ADD/ADHD, I spent many years wondering what it was that made me feel so different from everyone else, until one day I was researching the internet to try & find ways to help my daughter focus better during lessons at school, and I read a list of ADHD symptoms that described me to a T.

This began a journey that led me to want to help others who have struggles similar to my own, and learn the means to support and empower them to change their lives through understanding their own unique brain wiring and cluster of symptoms, and develop strategies to overcome them, as I have.

Nearly 5 years ago I took the decision to train with the ADD Coach Academy in the US, the world’s gold standard in ADHD Coach training. Coaching has been instrumental in changing my own life in ways I could not have imagined years ago. It has helped me grow and change as an individual, as well as helping me as a person who has ADHD in my life.

Just some of the benefits people experience when working with me are; increased focus and attention, awareness of what has been holding them back which leads to them increasing their productivity, overcoming procrastination, finishing projects, getting organised and managing time more effectively.

People tell me they begin to feel much more positive and hopeful as they develop understanding of their own particular ADD/ADHD symptoms, as we identify individualised strategies which work for them. I am also passionate about helping people discover and develop their character strengths, and incorporating a strengths focus into their lives. To help me in this work, at the end of 2018 I completed a Character Strengths Interventions Masterclass series given by Ryan Niemiec Psy.D Education Director of the VIA Institute on Character, widely considered to be the world’s leading expert on the science and practice of character strengths. 

If this sounds like the kind of help you are looking for to move forwards in YOUR life, please get in touch to arrange a free initial consultation, where we can discuss your needs.

Here’s to your future growth and success!      

We regularly update this website, adding pages and information when new events and services are coming up, so please be sure to call by again soon! Let us know what you think! We welcome constructive feedback.

Here’s what people are saying about Remarkable Difference ADHD Coaching:

 “I started using Anna’s services at a point where I had given up hope of being able to fulfil my potential and function effectively in the work environment. I believed that I was destined to always feel undermined by my ADHD. Over the course of roughly 8 months Anna has helped me to find ways to manage my environment, attitude and routine, to work with my ADHD. By using various techniques and understanding what helps and hinders me, I now feel more in control on a daily basis.”

Jason Thompson 

“I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was 48. I have had coaching with Anna for 12 months
and I have found it to be one of the most helpful things I have ever done. I wasn’t sure initially whether coaching would be for me, as what I mostly wanted was help to understand how having undiagnosed ADHD has shaped my understanding of myself and what I have experienced in my life.

Anna got this immediately, she always seemed to to know what I was talking about, and to be able to put it into a context that made sense to me. Her warmth, encouragement and empathetic understanding has been amazing. Anna helped me to see that this ‘exploration’ was an important aspect of coaching, and that coaching could be whatever I needed it to be.” 

Karen P.  

“I was really stuck, before I started working with Anna. Alongside this, I had an inkling that I had ADHD and I wanted to better understand the ways that this was affecting my life. I’m not the most disciplined person but some of what we discussed did go in, and I’m in a braver, more curious place. Now, I’ll happily fact find to make informed decisions, rather than procrastinate from a place of being overwhelmed. Anna was very patient, understanding and knowledgeable about ADHD. I learnt a lot.”

L. Morrison 



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