Jennifer Horan

ADHD Coach

Who do I work with?

How do I work?

Where am I based?
Chester, Cheshire

Jennifer Horan

About me

I’m a late diagnosed ADHDer who found out that her brain was wired a little differently than the majority. Which makes total sense now that I understand what that wiring means for me.

Having had the diagnosis and feeling the initially relief, I soon realised I didn’t really know what this meant for me.  Being someone who is naturally curious to find out why, I began my personal ADHD journey.

A turning point for me was when I found myself an ADHD coach. What I already knew was helpful but it wasn’t personal to me. Understanding my unique brain wiring, and how it impacts me as well as uncovering my strengths, has been the key to allow me to thrive. 

Ways of Working

As an ICF (International Coaching Federation) ADHD Coach I support people to understand their brain wiring and to help them untangle their ADHD challenges from their core identity.  To uncover more of who they are, rather than get over who they are.

I support people to feel empowered with strategies and tools that really work. Uncovering and recognising strengths that can lead to greater self-acceptance, self-validation and self-advocacy.

My coaching approach offers an opportunity to think, pause and reflect on what you want and need. Creating a forward motion with an actionable next step to work on between session.   I usually work initially on a weekly basis for 6 sessions to gain some momentum,  then move to biweekly session thereafter. 

(I can provide Access to Work funded coaching)

The Types of Issues I Support Neurodivergent Clients With 

  • Identifying and recognising intrinsic strength
  • Self-acceptance/compassion
  • Executive Function Challenges (planning, problem-solving, and focus, memory etc)
  • Emotional regulation
  • Identifying your needs
  • Self advocacy
  • Low self-confidence & self-esteem
  • Procrastination
  • Perfectionism
  • Stress/Burnout
  • Understanding how you work at your best


Full Circle Global

Certificate In Professional Coaching Practice – A comprehensive programme that provides an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the key elements of the coaching profession. ACSTH – ICF Accredited Programme.

MHFA England 

Youth Mental Health First Aider Champion

Additional CPD Specific to Neurodiversity


ADHD For All  – 8-week course designed for late-diagnosed ADHDers, Coaches, Therapists, HR Professionals, Teachers, and Parents who want to better understand ADHD.

ADHD Coming Home – 8 week course structured around the THRIVE Recovery model & Narrative Coaching/Therapy) Systematically  and compassionately shifting the often negative narrative view to one of empowerment!

ADHD Coach Training – A comprehensive ICF accredited course encompassing a wide spectrum of ADHD coaching techniques and methodologies

Topics Include:


Trauma (Big T & Little T)

Narrative Coaching

Executive Functions


Understanding Strengths

Ableism/ Internalised Ableism


Emotional Granularity

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