The O'Brien Method

Your Pathway to a Drama Free Life

The O'Brien Method is a deeply personal and strategic approach to living with and loving someone with ADHD.

You've been putting all of your energy into dealing with the challenges at hand because you know you want things to be different. And frankly, you're frustrated, exhausted, and scared because nothing is changing.

Instead of trying to change your child, The O'Brien Method focuses on you, the parent, the heart of the family, and how you can show up powerfully and make specific choices that get ADHD out of the driver's seat so you can positively transform your entire life. 

Let's get you on the path to  living your Drama Free ADHD life.

The O'Brien Method

Profound Awareness


Research suggests that when we see things, including ourselves, more clearly, we are more confident, build stronger relationships, communicate more effectively, and are more creative.

You'll uncover many surprising roadblocks, myths, and truths and explore what it takes to improve it in order to be drama free so instead of parenting from ego, you'll parent from wisdom.

Practical Simplicity


When it comes to parenting, there is so much noise and pressure which makes it feel impossible to make the best decision for your child.

You'll be equipped with the knowledge and processes to overcome complex challenges and assumptions with clarity in order to gain control over your own life and positively impact your child.

Positive Presence


Integrating your values and vision for your life is critical when it comes to lasting change and continued success. You'll parent without pressure.

You'll know, with complete confidence, how to design and achieve your Drama Free Life regardless of life’s ups and downs.

Drama Free ADHD

If you are interested in joining my community and using The O'Brien Method to get your Drama Free ADHD life, please click below to schedule a complimentary call.


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Tara understands me in a way I've never experienced before. She totally gets ADHD and I'm so glad my Mom talks with her.

-14 year-old