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Sean

ADHD COACH
TEENS & ADOLESCENT COACH
RAPID TRANSFORMATIONAL COACH
CLINICAL ADHD SERVICE PROVIDER
PARENTING SUPPORT
CBT PRACTITIONER
ADDICTION THERAPIST
CLINICAL TRAUMA PROFESSIONAL
NLP PRACTITIONER
CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPIST

DIAGNOSED COMBINED ADHD
SON ADHD

Even though Sean had always known that he thought, felt and behaved differently, it was not until he was in his 40s that he understood what adult ADHD was and how it had impacted him throughout his own life.  Living as an oversensitive person with poor impulse control and emotional dysregulation had been his ‘normal’.

Sean’s dad passed away when he was a young infant leaving a stressed mother to raise three young children without any support.  Along with many other struggles in childhood, Sean scored a 9/10 on the Adverse Childhood Experiences test which he now realises affected the development of his brain growing up.

Without any support or guidance, his school years were very chaotic.  Even though he was a smart kid, he was very disruptive and was constantly removed from class.

He would often become overwhelmed and upset and ask himself time and time again, ‘Whats wrong with me?’ a common question asked by people with ADHD

Rather than ask himself ‘What’s wrong with me, the question should have been ‘What happened to me? What happened to me to make me think, feel and behave this way?’.  It’s tough living with a brain that operates differently especially when you do not understand why.

When Sean left school, he first worked with young people as a Youth Worker in the evenings.  During the day he was studying at college to become a Nursery Teacher, and that’s when Sean developed a real interest in psychology and how the mind works.  He has continued to read and study this subject ever since.

Sean was the first male Nursery Teacher in the UK and proved how important it was to have positive male role models in children’s nurseries, especially for young boys.

Throughout Sean’s colourful career, he has continued to learn and grow moving from one industry to another.  He has been a DJ, owned nightclubs in the UK and overseas, worked in the city as the CEO of an award-winning company and has been featured in Forbes magazine as a Tech Entrepreneur.

Throughout his career Sean has overcome his own addictions and now runs a 16-week programme for people in recovery knowing that clients are 7-10 times more likely to have an addiction if they have ADHD.

Sean enjoys working with clients on a 1-2-1 basis for many issues from anxiety to childhood trauma, from PTSD to addictions.  Through this work and experience Sean has been able to identify many clients with undiagnosed ADHD and helped them get diagnosed – believing it takes one to know one.

Sean is also a Samaritan working with people with suicidal thoughts many of whom he believes to have ADHD.  He works with offenders, to help them be more compassionate to themselves, and also works with Firefighters who were present at the Grenfell fire disaster who have PTSD.

Sean knows first-hand the struggles of living with undiagnosed ADHD from childhood through to his adult life.  As a father of three children, Sean also has a son who has been diagnosed with ADHD along with other family members who are neurodiverse with issues such as depression, anxiety and OCD.

Sean’s vast wealth of experience and knowledge allows him to use the right tools and strategies for each client whether it is therapy, coaching or a combination of the two.

Sean knows that people with ADHD are in good company. Many of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world are neurodivergent.  Their success is based on them embracing their Super Brain, by learning how best to get the most out of it.  To maximise its potential.  Sean would rather focus on this, rather than any negative connotations or labels.

This gives his clients a lot of freedom and clarity, knowing that having ADHD is not their fault and our brains just work differently like so many other people’s.

This knowledge gives his clients a lot of peace and understanding to become more compassionate towards themselves, and in doing so, creates a huge release.  Especially as for many years, they may have been carrying so much guilt, blame and shame.

Sean works to allow clients to leave the past behind, so they can focus on creating their amazing future, by embracing all the positives of their ADHD.

Sean also offers a 28 day support package, which includes ~

1 x Talking Therapy 60 min Session (video)

1 x Intense Therapeutic 2-3 Hour Session to include Hypnotherapy, CBT, NLP and RTT (video)

1 x 20 Minute Recording to listen to every day for at least 28 days – the length of time it takes to embed new positive thoughts, beliefs and habits

Once a Week Check-In to provide additional advice and tools towards transformation. The weekly check-ins are your choice of a 10 minute telephone call, text messaging or emails to ensure you stay on track.

 

Qualifications

Clinical ADHD Service Provider 2023
Clinical Hypnotherapist 2022
Clinical Trauma Professional 2022
NLP Practitioner 2021
RTT Therapist 2022
CBT Practitioner 2021
Compassionate Enquiry 2023
Motivational Interviewing 2023

Full clean DBS check (adults and children)

Sean

ADHD COACH
TEENS & ADOLESCENT COACH
MINDSET & PERFORMANCE COACH
RAPID TRANSFORMATIONAL COACH
CLINICAL ADHD SERVICE PROVIDER
PARENTING SUPPORT
CBT PRACTITIONER
ADDICTION THERAPIST
CLINICAL TRAUMA PROFESSIONAL
NLP PRACTITIONER
CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPIST

DIAGNOSED COMBINED ADHD
SON ADHD

Even though Sean had always known that he thought, felt and behaved differently, it was not until he was in his 40s that he understood what adult ADHD was and how it had impacted him throughout his own life.  Living as an oversensitive person with poor impulse control and emotional dysregulation had been his ‘normal’.

Sean’s dad passed away when he was a young infant leaving a stressed mother to raise three young children without any support.  Along with many other struggles in childhood, Sean scored a 9/10 on the Adverse Childhood Experiences test which he now realises affected the development of his brain growing up.

Without any support or guidance, his school years were very chaotic.  Even though he was a smart kid, he was very disruptive and was constantly removed from class.

He would often become overwhelmed and upset and ask himself time and time again, ‘Whats wrong with me?’ a common question asked by people with ADHD

Rather than ask himself ‘What’s wrong with me, the question should have been ‘What happened to me? What happened to me to make me think, feel and behave this way?’.  It’s tough living with a brain that operates differently especially when you do not understand why.

When Sean left school, he first worked with young people as a Youth Worker in the evenings.  During the day he was studying at college to become a Nursery Teacher, and that’s when Sean developed a real interest in psychology and how the mind works.  He has continued to read and study this subject ever since.

Sean was the first male Nursery Teacher in the UK and proved how important it was to have positive male role models in children’s nurseries, especially for young boys.

Throughout Sean’s colourful career, he has continued to learn and grow moving from one industry to another.  He has been a DJ, owned nightclubs in the UK and overseas, worked in the city as the CEO of an award-winning company and has been featured in Forbes magazine as a Tech Entrepreneur.

Throughout his career Sean has overcome his own addictions and now runs a 16-week programme for people in recovery knowing that clients are 7-10 times more likely to have an addiction if they have ADHD.

Sean enjoys working with clients on a 1-2-1 basis for many issues from anxiety to childhood trauma, from PTSD to addictions.  Through this work and experience Sean has been able to identify many clients with undiagnosed ADHD and helped them get diagnosed – believing it takes one to know one.

Sean is also a Samaritan working with people with suicidal thoughts many of whom he believes to have ADHD.  He works with offenders, to help them be more compassionate to themselves, and also works with Firefighters who were present at the Grenfell fire disaster who have PTSD.

Sean knows first-hand the struggles of living with undiagnosed ADHD from childhood through to his adult life.  As a father of three children, Sean also has a son who has been diagnosed with ADHD along with other family members who are neurodiverse with issues such as depression, anxiety and OCD.

Sean’s vast wealth of experience and knowledge allows him to use the right tools and strategies for each client whether it is therapy, coaching or a combination of the two.

Sean knows that people with ADHD are in good company. Many of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world are neurodivergent.  Their success is based on them embracing their Super Brain, by learning how best to get the most out of it.  To maximise its potential.  Sean would rather focus on this, rather than any negative connotations or labels.

This gives his clients a lot of freedom and clarity, knowing that having ADHD is not their fault and our brains just work differently like so many other people’s.

This knowledge gives his clients a lot of peace and understanding to become more compassionate towards themselves, and in doing so, creates a huge release.  Especially as for many years, they may have been carrying so much guilt, blame and shame.

Sean works to allow clients to leave the past behind, so they can focus on creating their amazing future, by embracing all the positives of their ADHD.

Sean also offers a 28 day support package, which includes ~

1 x Talking Therapy 60 min Session (video)

1 x Intense Therapeutic 2-3 Hour Session to include Hypnotherapy, CBT, NLP and RTT (video)

1 x 20 Minute Recording to listen to every day for at least 28 days – the length of time it takes to embed new positive thoughts, beliefs and habits

Once a Week Check-In to provide additional advice and tools towards transformation. The weekly check-ins are your choice of a 10 minute telephone call, text messaging or emails to ensure you stay on track.

 

Qualifications

  • Clinical ADHD Service Provider 2023
  • Clinical Hypnotherapist 2022
  • Clinical Trauma Professional 2022
  • NLP Practitioner 2021
  • RTT Therapist 2022
  • CBT Practitioner 2021
  • Compassionate Enquiry 2023
  • Motivational Interviewing 2023

    Full clean DBS check (adults and children)