ADHD Coaching

Are you ready to commit to an ADHD Friendly Lifestyle?

The best way to learn and grow is to work side by side with a coach, surrounded and supported by a community of peers who truly understand you.

If you want to work with me as a coach, this is your chance as part of ADHD reWired Coaching & Accountability Groups’ upcoming season.  We offer intensive online coaching and accountability developed for people with ADHD. I will have 12 spots in my group. We also have sections being offered by Eric Tivers, founder of ADHD reWired, & Roxie Martin featured in the Coaches Corners episodes.

During this coaching course, you will work to develop transformational skills in a format that is designed to fit your unique brain wiring. 

  • Time Management

  • Planning

  • Prioritizing

  • Goal-Setting & Habit Tracking

  • Accountability

  • Transformation

  • Acceptance

  • Community

ADHD ReWired's 26th Season of online Coaching and Accountability Groups will be starting in Sept. and going through December.

It will be my 4th season as an ADHD reWired Coach and helping members grow, transform and blossom in this community is truly joyful. My section is affectionately called the ass crack of dawn group, as we will meet at 6 am Pacific. If that is too early for you, don’t worry, there are other times available.

Spaces are always limited and fill up fast!
Follow the link below to learn more and save your spot today!

This award-winning course has changed hundreds of lives.
It changed mine, and it can change yours too.

Hear what others are saying

Hannah Grace V.

Moira was great! She listened and gave great advice to everyone. She always showed up for us and was supportive to each and every one of us.

Rebecca A.

She met me, where I needed to start my journey. This connection of being understood and knowing the core issue has been addressed, seen, and heard - has caused an extremely strong shift and experience in real hope – I would say a foundational one. I trust her, her integrity, her work.

Eveline C.

Moira was SO thoughtful & compassionate in holding space, sharing wisdom, supporting each & every one of us. Her deep wisdom, particularly on cutting edge research & info related to gender, hormonal cycles & ADHD has been invaluable and mind-blowing. Some great and necessary compassionate ass-kicking with A-Teams mid-way through, which was so helpful.

Diego C.

Moira was genuinely herself. She is so kind, compassionate, and really cares about everyone she works with.

Kate B.

"Moira gives the insightful advice you didn't know you needed. (Or maybe you knew but it was deep down inside and didn't want to face it). Helped me to realize the negative self-talk and to ask myself, "is this a critic or coach" voice. She's strength-based, I hear her words in my head frequently..."don't clear the decks, what part has worked?" You feel her compassion from the get-go and that's what helps to make lasting change. "

Theresa H.

I appreciated her sharing her journey & bringing a late diagnosed ADHD woman's perspective into the mix. I was hoping to gain more insights into my own challenges as an older/later diagnosed woman and I feel extremely grateful that I gained an incredible amount of knowledge.

Kim E.

You told me to simplify my life: stop cooking! Get your groceries delivered. That’s been a huge help for me.

Agata M.

Moira's incredibly insightful and notices details that help people figure out for themselves how they can solve their own problems. She helps guide people to solutions which I really liked.

Cory L.

Moira is a great facilitator and coach! She has such insightful questions and actively listens to others! Moira is an absolute delight to work with!

Kendra L.

Moira was very on top of things. Her reminders were great. She is such a big hearted person but she will tell you the truth.

Elisa G. Designation

I was grateful to have things coached in a woman's voice and perspective. Moira gets excited like the rest of us to rush in and share wisdom, but her desire to learn and grow, investigate, and apply data is invaluable. Also, Moira talks about her downside, her "flaws" her struggles, and I realized that hearing an authority figure who's like me acknowledge with ease her struggles changed the whole playing field. Having a model for good enough, not perfect is a rare treat.

Corinne M.

I really like Moira's calm nature and her ability to listen and give meaningful comments.