• I understand life can be messy and
    out of balance. I am here to help
    you chart your course.


    "You can't change who you are, and you shouldn't be asked to."
    - Jonathan Mooney

    The squirrel is real and everyone with ADHD understands this. Everything can be going simply fine, and the squirrel will hop on over to distract you or run off with something especially important (car keys, homework, etc.). I help individuals gain the skills they need to be able to handle all the ups and downs of ADHD.

    I also understand that the squirrel is not a joke. Having ADHD is a complex real disorder that often does not travel alone. It can come with other disorders that lead to a more complex presentation. It can impact all areas of your life and lead to distress. If these are not adequately treated it will continue to impact daily functioning. These are the reasons that someone may want to pursue therapy over coaching.

    Why unbroken healing? First when we think about problems, we are having in life we and others around us may think we are broken. This is not true we are not broken; humans are never broken. We need skills to adapt to life situations and heal from past situation. Second healing in an unbroken chain that involves many different areas in life. These include therapy, medications, diet, exercise, and creating a support network. The base of the practice is we are all equal and can do anything we set our minds to do. Sometimes we need help to take those first steps and a guide for the journey. Thank you for letting me join you on this journey.

    Ready to tame the squirrel please get in contact today

    I specialize in:

    Compassionate & Professional

    I care about you and your story. You can trust that I will treat you with respect, dignity and compassion in every interaction, while maintaining the highest standards for integrity and ethics.

    Don't Wait to Get the Help You Need

    About Heather Emerich

    Hi, I’m Heather Emerich. I am a Licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and an ADHD Certified Clinical Services Provider (ADHD-CCSP). My theory is you go to a specialist for medical care and deserve the same for your mental health.