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5/10/21 10:44 P

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I converse with a good talk therapist but she is not an ADHD expert. She has been very helpful though.

I think an ADHD coach is a good idea. I would love to work with a professional organizer who understands ADHD issues.

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10/1/20 4:16 P

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I am seeing a psychiatrist but that relationship is coming to an end. She will be handing over my file to my family doctor.

I would really like to see an ADHD coach (as mentioned) for support sometime in the future.



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9/27/20 2:53 P

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How many of you have seen or are currently seeing a psychologist/ psychiatrist or some kind of coach or maybe even both?

I have had my share of doctors but I prefer a coach, especially an ADHD coach, someone who has “been there” and is obviously still living with it. I wish I could see a coach regularly but she charges $150.00 per hour.

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