Nathalie wants to live in a world where hyper-creative individuals (including those with ADHD) are recognized as geniuses, where asking questions and challenging the status quo is a good thing and where nature is respected and appreciated.

With over 25 years organizing people, events and places, she’s been a featured speaker at leading international conferences training other Professional Organizers at NAPO, Coaches at CHADD or Health Care Practitioners at CADDRA on how organization helps people with ADHD live a less chaotic/stressful and more productive life.  She's undertaken studies to become Canada's first Certified ADHD Organizer Coach (CAOC).

When she’s not rescuing another creative entrepreneur’s office from mayhem or saving a neurologically diverse couple from divorce, you can find Nathalie learning the flags and capitals of the world, indulging in the latest sci-fi fantasy TV series or getting hot and dirty in her garden.


6 years ago, I noticed my child's grades had been slipping for the past years. The school told me it was "low self-esteem & lack of motivation".  I refused to accept this as an explanation so I had my child tested by a professional.  Diagnosis:  ADD/ADHD.

Like a good mom, I did my research only to realize that:

+ I did not speak fast & using my hands because of my Italian heritage…
+ I did not get impatient waiting in lines because I had a bad temper…

+ I did not interrupt people because of a bad  habit…

+ I was not often late because I didn’t care…

    It was because I had ADD/ADHD!

+ As a member of Professional Organizers in Canada, I abide by a Code of Ethics.  All your information remains confidential.  
+ It also means that I take my profession seriously.  I invest in training to further my knowledge; such as attending our annual conference on a regular basis.
+ The Silver Leaf designation is given to organizers who have more than 5 years experience.
+ I am fully insured.
+ I do this full-time.

+ I mentor new organizers in our local Chapter.

+ I am a Professional Member of CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD), the national resource on ADHD.

+ I attend their annual conference to get the latest developments from leading experts on ADHD.

+ I have access to a resource of reliable information on ADHD.

+ I am a Professional Member of ADDA (Attention Deficit Disorder Association), the educational resource on adult ADHD.

+ I attend their bi-weekly webinars with world reknown ADHD experts on all aspects of ADHD.

+ I have access to a network of fellow ADHD professionals who can help in areas that I don't work in.