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The Link Between Belief Coding® and ADHD

Healing from unresolved childhood trauma through belief coding® can lead to a positive breakthrough for individuals with ADHD. By addressing and resolving past experiences, individuals can enhance their emotional intelligence and self-regulation abilities, ultimately reducing the major impairments associated with ADHD: distractibility, hyperactivity, and poor impulse control.

Additionally, it's important to note that individuals with ADHD are more likely to experience mental health problems, as highlighted by Addressing unresolved childhood trauma can play a crucial role in alleviating these mental health issues, as healing allows individuals to develop healthier coping mechanisms and emotional regulation skills, contributing to overall well-being and mental health stability.

What is Belief Coding®?

Belief Coding® is a simple, creative and very effective process founded by Jessica Cunningham. It identifies your negative and limiting beliefs holding you back from achieving your goals and determines how you show up in life.

A belief is an idea one accepts as being true or real. Beliefs are created during significant time periods in our life. For example, difficult times, childhood, trauma and grief/loss.

The process allows us to directly tap into the subconscious where memories are stored; to overcome, resolve and diffuse the trauma that created the initial negative limiting beliefs.. Going forward new healthy positive beliefs are created.


Belief Coding® is so powerful, you will see a shift within one session! After all your thought process is different, therefore so are your emotions and behaviour


Belief Coding® is science backed and spiritual, it combines elements of Psychology, NLP, CBT, EFT, Meditation, Matrix Re-imprinting, Emotion Coding, Kinesiology and Energy Healing.

Insights into ADHD 

ADHD was the first disorder found to be the result of a deficiency of the specific neurotransmitter noradrenaline.

Discovered in the 1940s by Swedish physiologist Ulf von Euler, noradrenaline, is a neurotransmitter in the brain crucial for regulating arousal, attention, cognitive function, and responses to stress.

The major impairments of ADHD – the distractibility, the hyperactivity and the poor impulse control- reflect each in its particular way, a lack of self-regulation.

Self-regulation means being able to focus, control impulses, and be aware of and in control of one's actions. It represents a significant developmental milestone, gradually attained from early childhood through adolescence and into adulthood.

Self-regulation requires specific brain areas to mature and connect with other important nerve centre's, and essential chemical pathways must be established. ADHD shows how unresolved childhood issues can continue into adulthood. The adult is held back precisely where, as a child they did not develop, hindering development in areas where progress stalled during infancy or toddlerhood.

In general, this results in an underdevelopment of emotional intelligence.

Emotional intelligence is the ability to recognise, manage, and communicate emotions, as well as navigate interpersonal relationships with empathy and wisdom.

Inspired by: Scattered Minds, Gabor Maté 

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