Our online Support Group is a safe place for people to discuss personal matters and recordings are not permitted. All participants must have their camera and mic on in order to participate. Please do not be offended if we ask you to turn your camera on and unfortunately you will be asked to leave if you are unable to do so. This is a sign of respect to all participants and the privacy of the group.
*Please note that you have to register for each month separately.
Tuesday 21 June
Tuesday 19 July
Tuesday 16 August
Tuesday 20 September
Tuesday 18 October
Tuesday 15 November
Tuesday 13 December
The Online Support Group Facilitator
Dr Michele Toner
Management Board Chair
OAM, ADHD WA Management Board Chair, Member of ADHD WA Professional Advisory Body, ADHD Coach and Consultant. Michele has been supporting people with ADHD since 1995 through ADHD WA, and currently serves on the Board and PAB. She has completed a PhD in the field of ADHD. Aside from her academic qualifications Michele’s coach training…
OAM, ADHD WA Management Board Chair, Member of ADHD WA Professional Advisory Body, ADHD Coach and Consultant.
Michele has been supporting people with ADHD since 1995 through ADHD WA, and currently serves on the Board and PAB. She has completed a PhD in the field of ADHD. Aside from her academic qualifications Michele’s coach training is extensive. She completed her basic studies with CoachU in 2009, and then went on to study advanced coaching techniques with the ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA). She holds coaching credentials with the International Coach Federation (ICF) and the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches (PAAC). She is a member of the teaching faculty at the ADD Coach Academy, and a registered mentor coach.
Michele coaches adults, university students, high school students and parents to achieve their goals. Her coaching creates an ongoing collaborative partnership employing her extensive, ADHD knowledge, best coaching practices, and ADHD-friendly skills & tools to bring about positive personal and professional change for her clients. Together with her clients she observes what is preventing them from reaching specific goals, explores ways in which they can maximize strengths, talents, and passion, and designs strategies to suit the ADHD client’s learning, processing, and organisation styles.
ADHD WA is a not-for-profit organisation relying on grants and on donations of generous individuals.
If you’d like to help support our work in helping people living with ADHD in WA, we’d love to hear from you.
I am so impressed by the course you run, how it is run and the key areas you target. Zac had positive things to say about last week so a huge step forward from the first week. He said he enjoyed the videos and found them helpful. The big positive…