Adult ADHD Self-Assessment Quiz for Women

This quiz is designed to help women make an initial determination about whether they might have symptoms of Adult ADHD. Please remember, this is not a diagnostic tool, and it's important to consult with a healthcare professional for a comprehensive evaluation at womenscounsellor.com

How often do you struggle to sustain your attention while doing tasks for work, household chores, or leisure activities?

How often are you easily distracted by your surroundings or unrelated thoughts, such as thinking about what to cook for dinner while at work?

How often do you find it difficult to listen to others, even when they are speaking directly to you, like during meetings or conversations with family?

How often do you avoid or feel reluctant to engage in tasks that require prolonged mental effort, such as preparing reports or helping children with homework?

How often do you start tasks but quickly lose focus and get sidetracked, leaving things unfinished (e.g., housework, work projects)?

How often do you have difficulty organizing tasks and activities, such as planning family schedules or managing work deadlines?

How often do you lose items necessary for your tasks or activities, like keys, your phone, or important paperwork?

How often do you find yourself fidgeting with or tapping your hands or feet, or feeling restless during meetings or while sitting for long periods?

How often do you feel restless or struggle to stay still for long periods, such as during social gatherings or family dinners?

How often do you interrupt or intrude on others, such as jumping into conversations or taking over tasks before others finish them?

If you suspect that you had ADHD, you can book a free block identication call to find out more about ADHD assessment and management through therapy. Alternatively yu can get in touch using the form below


Embracing Transformation: The Powerful Synergy of Yoga and Transformology for Women

Embracing Transformation: The Powerful Synergy of Yoga and Transformology for Women

Ladies, it’s time we delve deeper into the profound connection between yoga and transformology. This is not just about embracing a new fitness regime; it’s about embracing a holistic journey of transformation that empowers us to become the best versions of ourselves.

Yoga, as many of us know, is much more than a physical practice. It is an ancient discipline that encourages a holistic lifestyle, harmonizing mind, body, and spirit. Every asana (yoga pose) we execute, every pranayama (breathing exercise) we practice, serves a purpose beyond the physical.

The physical benefits of yoga are undeniable; it strengthens and stretches our bodies, enhancing our physical power and flexibility. But the transformative power of yoga goes far beyond the physical. It has the capacity to calm our minds, increase our focus, and allow us to tap into a reservoir of inner peace we may not have known existed.

Unlocking Potential with Transformology

Transformology, on the other hand, is a comparatively modern concept. It is the study and practice of transforming our mindset to unlock our true potential. Unlike traditional psychology, which often focuses on fixing what’s wrong, transformology emphasizes the potential for growth and change. It’s about shifting from limiting beliefs that hold us back to empowering beliefs that propel us forward.

Imagine letting go of the negative self-talk that has become your constant companion, the limiting beliefs that make you doubt your abilities. Imagine replacing them with an empowering belief system that supports your growth and transformation. That’s what transformology can do for us.

Yoga and Transformology: A Synergistic Transformation

The integration of yoga and transformology can bring about a holistic transformation that radiates from within. Yoga serves as the vehicle to physical and mental strength, while transformology works to shape our mindset and personal narratives. Together, they work to create a powerful transformation that impacts every aspect of our lives.

This transformation isn’t just about changing the way we look or think; it’s about evolving as individuals. It can influence our relationships, boost our self-confidence, and dramatically shift our outlook on life.

When we embrace the practices of yoga and transformology, we’re not just adopting new habits or routines. We’re embarking on a transformative journey that leads to greater happiness, fulfillment, and self-realization.

An Invitation to Transformation

So, ladies, I invite you to step onto this transformative journey with me. Let’s leverage the power of yoga and transformology to become stronger, more confident, and more in tune with ourselves. This isn’t about changing who we are; it’s about evolving into the women we are meant to be.

Remember, we are not merely changing; we are evolving. Embrace this journey of transformation and see the incredible impact it can have on your life. Together, let’s discover our true potential and transform into the best versions of ourselves.

If this resonates then Creatrix Transformology or Counselling with Cheryl could be right for you.Book a free block identification call to explore which therapies are available and what could work for you. To find out more about Cheryl click here.

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