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Procrastination Station was founded by a team of ADHDers with a commitment and passion for helping people to harness the energy and strengths of their incredible ADHD brains. We know that with the right environment, support and attitude this is entirely possible for all adults with ADHD. Our team all received their diagnoses in their 40s; this means we are very familiar with the problems too commonly associated with ADHD. Between us we have experienced anxiety, depression, suicide attempts, committal, divorce, unemployment, mental breakdown - we really do understand how bad things can get, but the flip-side of this is that we also know how to turn it around and thrive with ADHD.

ADHD is too often thought of negatively. We have to change this. We have to start focusing on the positives - because there are many. Our brains process things at an incredible speed, we connect the dots when others can't even see the dots; we are highly empathic and intuitive, we truly understand people; when fired up we have a passion and enthusiasm that can't be beaten; we are the most creative, imaginative and out-of the-box thinkers, which is why so many of us are entrepreneurs.

When we stop believing that there is something 'wrong' with us and start realising that our ADHD brain is something truly special - we can and will live extraordinary lives.


The vision for Procrastination Station is to eventually have it running as a social enterprise, offering:

  • ADHD coaching (inc. free or discounted coaching)

  • Continued participation in co-production of ADHD research

  • skill-sharing/creative workshops for adults with ADHD running throughout Scotland

  • a group of volunteers trained and ready to accompany people to GP appointments when asking for a referral for assessment

  • a repository of all things related to Adult ADHD, including: articles, videos, podcasts etc.; info on online groups; the latest science behind ADHD; useful resources for raising awareness and sharing information

  • help in setting up local groups where there is enough interest

  • the opportunity for any adult with ADHD living in Scotland to become involved in Procrastination Station in whatever capacity best suits

One of our team starts her training to become an ADHD Coach (with the International ADHD Coach Training Center in America) in September 2021. All going to plan, we will be in a position to offer coaching by autumn 2022.