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ADHD & Executive Function Coach
Simple Patterns Coaching
Eugene, Oregon 97405

My name is Rachael, and I’ve worked in education and youth empowerment services for over a decade. I hold a Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia, and am an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coach Federation. I have professional training and experience working with neurodivergent youth, as well as lived experience with disability and neurodevelopmental disorders. My coaching specialization is in working with teens and families with ADHD, with an additional focus of supporting girls, women, and 2e youth, and folks with disability and chronic illness.

I respect the challenges faced by young people, by families, and by girls & women with ADHD, and believe that harnessing the inherent inventiveness & creativity of ADHD is the foundation for growth. It’s an honor to be part of the journey with people, and to witness and celebrate their effort and successes along the way.

I grew up in the Canadian Pacific Northwest, traveled and moved around a whole lot after university, and then immigrated to the USA with my family to settle in Eugene, Oregon, in 2012. I like chickens, playing Irish folk music, and cracking eye-wateringly bad jokes.

My coaching strengths are in working with:

◾girls and nonbinary/GNC teens & young adults

◾twice-exceptional (2e) youth

◾young people transitioning into college

◾women with a recent ADHD diagnosis

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