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Your ADHD Journey begins with an ADHD diagnosis assessment.
Medicated ADHD treatment is the life changing next step.
The patient journey
Understand our ADHD patient from diagnosis to titration and beyond.
An ADHD Coach will help to overcome ADHD’s impact on your life.
ADHD counselling treatment is an addition or alternative to medication.
Autism & ADHD
‘Clearing the fog’ of ADHD can help to identify shared Autism tendencies.
ADHD in adults
The symptoms of ADHD in adults can cause significant impacts to your life.
ADHD in children
During childhood, ADHD symptoms are often overlooked and misdiagnosed.
Your right to choose
You have the legal right to choose where you have your NHS treatment.
About ADHD 360
The UK’s largest single specialist ADHD Clinic. More than your diagnosis.
Read what our patients say about our specialist UK ADHD clinic.
We continuously build strong partnerships with the NHS to benefit you.
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ADHD 360 have a robust approach to developing our clinical team.
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St Bartholomew School of Nursing
CPD Certified - ADHD 360 Academy
I am an experienced healthcare professional with over 10 years of experience working in the field of ADHD. My areas of expertise and special interests lie in paediatrics and special educational needs.
Throughout my career, I've gained extensive experience in diverse healthcare roles. These include working as a paediatric intensive care nurse at The Royal London hospital, serving as a learning disability nurse specialist at CAMHS, leading the special school team in specialist school nursing services, and working as a neurodevelopmental nurse specialist at CAMHS and Community Paediatrics.
I am currently working towards a Masters degree and attend regular CPD (Continuing Professional Development) sessions. Additionally, I devote my personal time to attending training courses related to neuro-disability.
The best part of my job is being able to support young people and families without restrictions and making a difference in their lives. I am involved in supporting the Autism 360 service and helped with the initiation of the service.
I approach my work with dedication, compassion, and a commitment to treating each patient as an individual. It is my privilege to support and protect the ADHD community, and I will continue to do my utmost to make a positive impact in any way I can.
Outside of my professional life, I find great joy in spending time with my family and friends. Their support and presence provide me with the balance and fulfilment necessary to excel in my work.