James has extensive experience in providing training and education for organisations including: Mercedes AMG Powertrain, West Midlands Police, JD Sports Group, ThermoFisher, Aston University, Sussex and North Essex Integrated Care Board, DRPG Group and many more…

James can write and deliver bespoke training sessions, workshops, courses and talks on a range of topics including: ADHD, neurodiversity, physiology, pathology, Diabetes, obesity, polycystic ovarian syndrome, endocrinology, cancer, and exercise physiology. He will work to your brief and ensure that he covers the issues that you specify, and that it is relevant to your audience.

Prices are dependent on whether the talk or training is a generic or bespoke session and on the amount of time needed to be booked out in James’ calendar. This will include time for travel and for preparation.

If you are interested in institutional training on ADHD, please contact us for a bespoke quote using our contact form on the front page.

Feedback from talks, training sessions, workshops and courses:

“I am writing to extend my deepest gratitude for the exceptional presentation on ADHD you delivered to our team.

Your presentation was not only informative but deeply inspiring. The way you seamlessly wove together the science of ADHD with personal stories was truly engaging. Your expertise in the subject shone through, and your ability to present complex information in an accessible and relatable manner was remarkable.

…It’s rare to find someone who can tackle such a complex topic with the perfect balance of seriousness and levity, and you did so masterfully.

I’ve received an overwhelming number of emails from the team expressing their appreciation and praise for your presentation. Your talk has sparked much conversation and reflection among us, highlighting the profound impact it had.”


“I came away from this session so happy as it was engaging, it suited my needs, it was unbelievably informative on so many levels and I think it was a really pivotal moment for really understanding myself.”

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