OUR TEAM

Dusty Chipura

Dusty Chipura is an AACC certified ADHD Coach based in Vancouver, BC who works with clients across the lower mainland, Fraser Valley and worldwide. Dusty earned her Bachelor’s of Arts degree at the University of British Columbia.

Dusty, along with many loved ones in her life, has ADHD. Her passion for helping others to understand and master their ADHD led her to coaching. Dusty is an accomplished musician, writer and community participant. in 2017 she helped found the first Girls Rock Camp in Mexico and is currently on the board of directors for NNW Scholarship Foundation, providing post-secondary grants for students in northern British Columbia as well as CFRO Vancouver Co-Op Radio, a co-operatively owned community broadcast station.

Dusty has appeared at the ADHD Women’s Palooza speaking about the topic of Pregnancy and ADHD and has given several private talks about ADHD and ADHD management.

Kristy Powers
ADHD Coach

Kristy Powers (she/her) is an ADHD Life Coach residing in the suburbs of Vancouver, BC. As an ADHDer, she brings that lived experience with being in arena herself, and raising Neurodivergent children. Kristy sees herself as one of the ‘lost generation’ of women who were missed as child because she didn’t show up like the stigma (aka. hyperactive boy bouncing around) and did well in school. 

Fun fact: She was originally a client of Dusty’s, and felt the impact firsthand that coaching made in her life. She’s grateful for her transition with Dusty from coach, to friend & mentor and the support in the journey to becoming a coach. It’s coming up on two years since she began working with Dusty and loves that she can co-create that same impact now with her clients. 

Liam Danger Park

ADHD Coach

Liam helps passionate and creative ADHDers to design a life that fits their unique mind. 

Through deep and playful conversations, we develop tools and self-awareness that caters to your unique lifestyle.

Work  Whether it’s staying on top of your duties, communicating with clients and colleagues, or determining how best to put your talents to work for you, working with ADHD can be a challenge.

Self Care  Our wellbeing is so much more than our work. With ADHD, sometimes we struggle to take care of ourselves. This can mean developing routines, setting boundaries, celebrating our victories.

Relationships Rocky romance, lost friends, angry bosses; we’ve all struggled with them. With a background in Behavioral Analysis, Liam helps his clients to recognize and adapt their communication to thrive in all social situations.

Fulfillment There’s more to life than work and bubble baths. Liam helps his clients find deeper fulfillment by deeply exploring and tapping into their values, beliefs, strengths and goals.