About Me

Hi, my name is Antonia & I am an neurodiversity coach specializing in ADHD, c/PTSD & Anxiety. 

I have had a variety of experiences and learnt a lot about myself, and how ADHD & Anxiety shapes my everyday life, throughout my whole life. Part of that life was that I moved to Luxembourg in 2012.

 

I had a late ADHD diagnosis. This was an epiphany for me, as I could look at many of my behaviours and decisions throughout the years in a new light. I learnt a lot about myself, and the education/support I received has helped improve my life tremendously. 

After lockdown, I struggled. I learnt even more about ADHD & started researching PTSD. I went through a whole lot of acceptance and decided to coach others. To be the best resource possible I have completed my certification in coaching skills, specializing in ADHD beyond medication - i.e. techniques to help with issues that arise from ADHD. I am not anti medication, however I am also not a doctor, so am here to either supplement medication or improve your life with real actionable changes, for you to make progress and achieve your personal goals.

I wish I could wave a magic wand, that made neurodiversity easy. However, the most meaningful change comes from within you as an individual.

I believe everyone has the ability to be their best self. Some people (especially in the rapidly evolving neurodiverse community) just need a little more support.

It IS within reach & you DO have the power to grab it. I can show you how.
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Quick Facts:

  • 2022 Signed first clients

  • 2022 My first decade anniversary living in Luxembourg so applied for official business registration permit

  • 2022 Gained Certification in Coaching

  • 2022 Received Bulletin #3 Luxembourg's child safety certificate

  • 2022 Attending the ISL Neurodiversity day

  • 2021 Started 'ADHD Beyond Medication' certificate

  • 2021 Personal development work - accepting my neurodiversity and striving to develop positive traits further

  • 2020 COVID - volunteering at a temporary Maison Medical during the first lockdown

  • 10/01/20 I gained Luxembourgish nationality. One of the hardest things I've achieved

  • 2018 Worked for my commune

  • 2017 Volunteer Firefighter in a Luxembourgish station. 40 men, 3 females! Completed the training in Luxembourgish

  • 2015 Started volunteering for Merite Jeunesse Luxembourg

  • 2013 Second child was born

  • 2012 Moved to Luxembourg

  • 2011 Oldest daughter was born prematurely

  • 2010 Got married

  • 2010 Joined Thames Valley Police

  • 2006 Gained a Certificate in Personnel Practice

If the rest of the world is trying to fit a square peg in a round hole, I help you enlarge the hole a little.