Therese Glynn

Thérèse Glynn, Director of ADHD Services

Therese Glynn

Director of ADHD Services

Therese has been involved since 1998 when her own son aged 6 was diagnosed with ADHD.

The lack of services and support for parents were the driving force behind her involvement with the charity. She is Director of ADHD Services alongside Lynne managing the business, services and development of the charity.

Previously she had spent many years working in hotel and event management. She trained through OCN as Parenting Facilitator, along with Middlesex University and the Trust for Adolescence in providing support to parents. Therese has since developed the parenting support at CAAS to be in line with the requirements of NICE guidelines on ADHD. She is also a trained ADHD/ASC Specialist Coach and PTLLS trainer for Adult Education. She recently completed her “WhyTry” youth programme train the trainer qualification to deliver training to professionals.

Therese is on the Editorial board for ADDISS magazine and is involved in supporting other groups setting up services for ADHD across London.

When not busy working, she loves walking and dancing, travelling, reading and spending time with family and friends.