About Maaya

ADHD impacts every part of our lives. It can make goals harder to achieve, can make organization and purpose hard to find, and can make us feel like a passenger in our own life. Without treatment and good coping strategies, ADHD can make us think that we are failures at life when we totally are not. I have ADHD, was raised in a troubled home, and have an Autistic partner. I also have a Master's degree in Psychology, academic publications, and have taught at University. I couldn't have gotten where I am today without the strategies that I built along the way.

Today, I work with clients to help them develop coping strategies of their own. From the mistakes and missteps of my past, I provide you with tips, advice, and support to identify and accomplish your academic, professional, and personal goals. From time management and organization to advocacy and mental health support, I work with my clients to develop the structure that you need to succeed in whatever you do.

When I meet with new clients, they often tell me they feel they are broken or they are a failure. I have yet to meet a single client who actually is. These clients have just found that their brain doesn't work the way that the world wants it to. They found that their environments aren't set up to push them to succeed. My goal is to show you how your brain works, identify your superpowers, and provide you the accountability to make the changes you need to succeed.

I specialize in:

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Executive Dysfunction

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Time Management

  • Academic Strategy

  • Mental Health Support

  • Anxiety Management

  • Working Memory Deficits

  • Assistive Technology

My Background:

  • Master's in Psychology

  • Degree in Developmental Psychology

  • Instructor in the Department of Psychology 

  • Published academic

  • Lived experience with ADHD

  • Experience with autism

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