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Dylan Alter, JD, AACC, CACP

Neurodivergent Support, Care & Education to Create Meaningful Strategies for Improved Quality of Life


About Dylan

My approach to coaching starts with Hope and Trust. If you're reaching out, you likely have a spark of hope that things can be different, even if you're not sure how or are exhausted from trying. Coaching is more than training. Coaching is also more than cheerleading. (But TBH, I do keep pom-poms handy.) Coaching is about having someone help you figure it all out, get it together, make things easier, reduce anxiety and frustration, have more fun, see immediate improvements, and ideally build a collaborative relationship with your neurodivergence.
It is through that process, of building tangible results, that we build trust; not just between us as a team, but trust in yourself and your ability to make the changes you want moving forward.

I offer 1:1 ADHD coaching, group ADHD coaching, ADHD Ally coaching for friends, family & partners, as well as educational workshops and courses.

A longtime student of Neuroscience, Psychology, Sociology, Queer Theory, and Anthropology (yes I'm a huge nerd) I've studied ADHD in depth from a Pro-Neurodiversity perspective since 2019. Noticing the ADHD Support Community's neglectful exclusion of anyone who isn't the classic ADHD Poster Child, I've worked to develop ADHD Support for everyone else, tailored for our unique alternative selves. They founded and graduated from ADDCA, the premiere ADHD Coach Training Academy, and are certified by ADDCA, the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches (PAAC) and is a member in good standing with and the ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO).

  • California, United States
  • AACC Associate Certified ADHD Coach
  • CACP Professional Association of ADHD Coaches
Who I Help
  • ADHD
  • Adults
  • Autism
  • Neurodivergent
  • neurodiverse