Tara McGillicuddy is an internationally recognized Adult ADD/ADHD Expert with a strong passion for helping individuals affected by ADD/ADHD lead happy and productive lives. Since 1997, Tara has been at the forefront of providing virtual support and education to people impacted by ADD/ADHD.
As the founder and director of ADDClasses.com, Tara has dedicated the last two decades to connecting individuals affected by ADD/ADHD with essential resources for support and education. ADDClasses.com has become the leading virtual platform for ADD/ADHD support and education, offering a wealth of valuable resources and programs.
In addition to her work with ADDClasses.com, Tara is the esteemed host of ADHD Support Talk Radio, a highly regarded podcast focusing on ADHD. The show has gained recognition as a top ADHD podcast on iTunes and a leading self-help show Radio. Through her podcast, Tara continues to bring forth insightful discussions and expert advice on managing ADHD and thriving in various aspects of life.
Recognizing the need for personalized guidance, Tara also provides ADHD coaching to adults with ADD/ADHD. Her coaching services offer individuals the opportunity to work closely with a seasoned expert who understands the unique challenges and strengths associated with ADHD. Through her coaching, Tara empowers clients to develop effective strategies, build confidence, and achieve their personal and professional goals.
With her unwavering dedication to the ADHD community and her expertise in providing virtual support and education, Tara McGillicuddy has made a profound impact on the lives of countless individuals affected by ADD/ADHD. Her commitment to fostering a supportive and knowledgeable community continues to make a difference in the lives of those seeking guidance and understanding.
Whether through her online resources, coaching services, or enlightening podcasts, Tara’s mission remains clear: to equip individuals with the tools, knowledge, and support they need to thrive and live their best lives despite the challenges of ADD/ADHD.