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About Michelle Beckett

Michelle has been coaching, training and mentoring individuals and businesses since 2008, and working with adults with ADHD since 2017. 

Diagnosed in 2017 at the age of 44 after a suicidal crisis, Michelle then became an advocate for reducing stigma and widening understanding of ADHD through the charity she founded, ADHD Action. 

She then turned her many years experience as a business and mindset coach, mentor and trainer to support others with the condition. 

She is ILM certified, a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, and is certified in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) via the International Association of Therapists. 

She spearheaded the All Party Parliamentary Group for ADHD, and is commended in Hansard, the official parliamentary record, for her advocacy and lobbying work. 


Michelle is a frequent media spokesperson on ADHD. Recent appearances include BBC Victoria Derbyshire, BBC Radio 4, Radio 5 Live, LBC, The Times, The Mirror, Women's Health, SEN Magazine, Additude Magazine, The Guardian. 

As well as working with individuals and businesses, Michelle also trains and coaches charities, psychiatrists, GPs, teachers and social workers on ADHD.

She is also a founder of The ADHD Collective, a unique community and learning platform for adults with ADHD. 

Michelle co-authored the UK scientific consensus paper for females with ADHD published in BMC Psychiatry in 2020. 

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