ADHD Research Call
ADHD Research Call
I’m on a mission to interview /one hundred/ ADHD women about their experience of ADHD.
Would you be willing to be a part of my research?
“I dunno, what’s involved?”
You click my calendar link below to book a 30-minute Research Call. At the appointed time, I’ll call you on the phone and ask you about ten questions about your ADHD. The conversation is utterly private and confidential.
“So what’s in it for me?”
"Talking with Emma is always a comfort, but talking with her about this recent suspicion I've had that I probably (definitely) have ADHD felt like walking into a room of people who all just get me. All of a sudden my frustrating experiences were "a thing other people could relate to" vs "my flaws that nobody else struggles with." My concerns were heard, acknowledged, and validated. Emma dives deep into the things she does and she brings both wisdom and personal experience to her work coaching women with ADHD. Highly recommend a call!"
Three things, possibly.
- The dominant cultural narrative around ADHD centers boys in school, not women in mid-life. Many of the women I talk to don’t have any outlets for talking about their ADHD. Their experiences are very personal, sometimes painful, and complex. Talking to a sympathetic, sensitive, ADHD-informed ear can be freeing, affirming, consoling. You’re not alone!
- For the first 20 minutes of the call, I’ll be asking you questions about your ADHD. In the last ten minutes, I’ll invite YOU to ask ME anything about ADHD! Other women have asked me questions specifically about topics like: ADHD in women, late diagnosis, ADHD and hormones, diagnosis and self-diagnosis, how to find resources, non-medication approaches for ADHD, how to explain ADHD to loved ones or at work, how to handle specific executive function issues, etc.
- If you’ve ever been interested in my work, it’s a low-key way to connect with me. I would love to talk with you! I was a “talks too much in class” kinda ADHD girl, and I still love gabbing.
"I hired Emma during a period of upleveling my business and was realizing that RSD was severely getting in the way. I don't even know if I knew that's what it was, I just knew I was freaking out. Emma allowed me to realize what I was experiencing wasn't a personal flaw or failing, it was normal. But she also helped me see what was actually happening and how I could work with it when it came up. Having tools to deal with it, rather than feeling like I had to be "perfectly healed" was so much better. Especially because as someone with ADHD it'll likely never go away. I recommend Emma emphatically. Even just having a discovery call with her will put you at ease. I'm totally serious! Get on her calendar if you're a go-getter with big dreams who's come really far already as someone with ADHD, but who wants to go further with a support partner by your side."
“Okay, but what’s in it for you, Emma?”
I’m a Life Coach who noticed that 90% of her clients are ADHD women. I’m an ADHD woman myself, and clearly I’m emitting some kind of ADHD woman bat signal! I want to be an even better coach for women like us. I want my offerings to be as impactful as possible, to truly shift what feels sh!tty about life as an ADHD woman.
I think these interviews, and what I learn from them, will shape my work as a coach for years to come.
Thanks for considering my offer!
"Emma, thank you for our conversation concerning ADHD. It gave me much food for thought and more awareness of myself as to how I deal with ADHD. Today and everyday forward, I will put aside time to sit quietly and just be me for a few minutes without any interruption happening in this busy psyche. Thanks so much for the peace of mind and/or soul."