Beth Main is an ADHD coach and professional counselor. She specializes in helping people with Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder overcome their challenges and achieve success. Beth also has specialized training and experience with issues such as trauma, depression, anxiety, being a highly sensitive person, and adjusting to new situations. She uses a primarily solution-focused approach in her work with both coaching and therapy clients.

Beth works with people all over the United States, as well as internationally, via phone or video (Zoom or Skype).

Beth has been a professional ADHD coach since 2006. She holds the Board Certified Coach (BCC) designation from the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE). She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Pennsylvania and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in Maine.  She received her master's degree in Counseling from Messiah College. Additionally, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Shippensburg University.  

Prior to following her dream of becoming a coach and therapist, Beth had a successful career as an Information Technology Project Manager / Business Analyst for a retirement services firm. She held progressively responsible positions with the same company for 18 years. That is where she learned to overcome her own focus challenges and ultimately mentored others to do the same. This first career prepared her well: identifying and resolving problems, developing and improving processes, and motivating people are all skills she now utilizes as an ADHD coach. She knows firsthand how to make it in the corporate world despite having ADHD.

On a personal level, Beth lives in western Maine with her husband, horses, chickens, cats, and goats. She enjoys backpacking, hiking, photography, kayaking (whitewater and recreational), and creating mosaic art.  Her motto? "Never underestimate the power of positive thinking."