Sarah Doll-Steinberg
ADHD Coach

Hi, I’m Sarah Doll-Steinberg. I am a Certified ADHD Coach working with Teens, Adults and Families. I am also a Certified Nutritional Therapist and Digital Wellness Coach.

I coach from a holistic perspective with the understanding of the interaction between the mind and body and the link between ADHD and Somatic Disorders. I work with clients to help them develop strategies to enable them to reach their goals.

Sarah Doll-Steinberg

ADD/ADHD coaching targets the core impairments of ADHD, giving clients a comprehensive understanding of both the nature of ADHD and the impact of ADHD on their quality of life. In addition, ADHD coaches work with clients to create structures, support, skills and strategies to help them move forward. Coaching assists clients with ADHD to stay focused on their goals, face obstacles, address core ADHD-related issues like time management, organization, and self-esteem, gain clarity and function more effectively.

ADHD parent coaching is a specialized form of guidance aimed at parents of children with ADHD. Through personalized coaching sessions, parents are educated and trained to understand ADHD and its manifestations in daily life. The coaching emphasizes strategies and tools to support positive behaviour, manage symptoms, and foster a nurturing environment. It seeks to empower parents with the skills to promote their child’s development, improve the parent-child relationship, and reduce family stress.

Sarah is also a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, integrating nutritional advice into her ADHD coaching sessions. Nutrition plays a crucial role in the relationship between the digestive system and the central nervous system. Improving nutrition can increase the neurohormones Dopamine, Serotonin and GABA, which help to lessen ADHD symptoms. Impulsivity and poor planning often lead people with ADHD towards making unhealthy food choices and Sarah works with clients to build structures and routine that support good nutrition, She also addresses issues around the habits that can lead people with ADHD to crave ultra processed “Comfort” foods.

Sarah is a Certified Digital Wellbeing Coach and uses her knowledge to help her clients achieve a healthy balance with technology. Many features of digital technology are designed to capture and retain our attention, and the ADHD brain can be more susceptible to overusing technology. Understanding the neuroscience behind this overuse and developing strategies to overcome it can lead to improved physical and mental wellbeing.

The practice is currently full, with a waiting list of around 18 months. If you would like to register your interest please complete the form in the “Contact” section.

Once a space becomes available, Sarah offers a complementary 30 minute Zoom consultation. Further sessions last for an hour. Her clients meet with her weekly or fortnightly, for an average of 10-15 sessions. Sarah’s working hours are Monday-Thursday 9.30am-6.30pm, (last appointment is at 5.30pm). Sarah meets with clients in St John’s Wood, London NW8 or via Zoom.