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Kristin Marts, LCSW

ADHD Coach – Group Coaching

About me

Hello, I’m Kristin M. Marts, LCSW, your dedicated ADHD Coach at ADHD reWired. I use a strengths and acceptance approach, meeting members where they are in life. Through curiosity and connection, I help members unlayer their onions to develop the most effective strategies for managing the individual presentation of their neurodiverse brains.

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Core personal values: connection & entertainment

At my core, I hold dear the values of connection and entertainment. I am an entertainer at heart, infusing loads of fun into every encounter and every aspect of my work. For me, being an entertainer is more than just a personal trait; it’s a powerful vehicle that enables me to foster meaningful connections with others.

My hope is that you’ll not only experience the joy and humor that I bring to our interactions, but also recognize it as a deliberate strategy to temper the seriousness and heaviness that can accompany moments of vulnerability. Through this blend of connection and entertainment, I aim to create an environment where you feel not only supported but also uplifted on your journey of self-discovery and growth.

I love meeting people, learning about who they are, who they want to be, their hopes, dreams, desires, preferences, and passions. It’s great if we find commonalities, and even better to discover our differences, highlighting everyone’s uniqueness in the world.

Core pillars of growth

I focus on three fundamental pillars of growth: self-awareness, self-advocacy, and self-determination. By nurturing and enhancing these key skills, members often reach a level of acceptance of their neurodiversity that feels right for them, fostering a sense of wholeness, capability, worthiness, and completeness.


I am a Licensed Certified Social Worker. I have a private practice (POSSIBILITIES Therapy & Coaching) in Little Rock, Arkansas. I obtained my master’s of social work [2009] and my bachelor’s of theatre arts, (with an emphasis on musical theatre and dance) [2000], from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

As a clinician, I specialize in the fields of anxiety and neurodiversity, offering expert guidance in these areas. Many of my clients, primarily children, exhibit twice-exceptional cognitive and behavioral presentations. “As an ADHD coach with ADHD reWired, my essential skills include the ability to assess and, if needed, refer members to therapeutic counseling during our sessions. I adhere strictly to coaching practices, deliberately avoiding the use of clinical therapeutic intervention models.

If you’re ready to embark on a transformative journey with an ADHD coach who both understands and celebrates neurodiversity, feel free to reach out to me!

My coaching style

I want to foster an authentic connection with my group members. I will guide you in learning to reframe both your inner and outer voices, aiming for greater clarity of intention.

As a group coach, my top priority is to create and maintain a space that ensures emotional safety and security. I will cheer you, encourage you, and challenge you in many ways.

Over the course of the 10 weeks, you’ll gradually become more comfortable with yourself as you navigate and embrace the discomfort associated with vulnerability. You’ll learn some scientific facts about the ADHD brain, track your time, create routines, work on your personal task lists, try out some basic planning templates, explore your life desires, and build emotional assessment skills. AND, most importantly, you’ll discover the value of COMMUNITY!

On the ADHD reWired podcast

Episode 514 | Introducing The ADHD Creatives Podcast with Kristin Marts

Episode 475 | Meet Our Coaches: A Coach’s Journey

Also: Catch me on ADHD reWired’s Monthly Live Q&A Episodes, released every second Tuesday of the month!

Listen to past Q&A’s

My journey with ADHD reWired

I joined ADHD reWired’s Coaching and Accountability Groups in Spring 2021, which was Season 24! The program has been a game-changer in my life. Back then, I knew I wanted to add coaching to my clinical practice. Less than a year after my season ended, Eric asked me to join ADHD reWired’s coaching team, and I’ve never looked back. Coaching brings me the joy of working with adults and witnessing the magic that happens in an intensive group setting.

Yes, after the coaching program I still have ADHD. And so will you!  That said, I used to believe my ADHD was always getting in the way of who I am. Now, I feel like I know who I really am because of my ADHD. This acceptance has helped me to create strategies which keep my life functioning—strategies that I continually assess, reshape, and morph to keep me on a journey of the life I want to live.

About The ADHD Creatives Podcast

I have a brand-new podcast on the ADHD reWired Podcast Network—The ADHD Creatives Podcast. Watch the ADHD reWired podcast feed for more information, or just come back here for more information!

Visit my podcast website

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