Diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 45, I've now made it my mission to help neurodivergent women learn to love their brains!
I've spent the last 7 years coaching women to change their mindset and reframe their self-concept so they can finally recognize and lean into their gifts and abilities.
I can help you:
learn more about your specific ADHD characteristics & traits
articulate the "why" behind many of your unique executive functioning difficulties & obstacles
develop support systems & strategies that will work for you & your unique brain
establish a more peaceful relationship with food & your body
I'm an author & public speaker, as well as a certified holistic health coach (INHC) and a certified yoga instructor (200 hr RYT). I live in the Hudson Valley, NY, with my husband, two children, our dog, and two cats. Before coaching, I spent 15 years as a newspaper editor & designer.
I'm also the host of the Women & ADHD podcast, ranked among the top 0.5% of all podcasts globally.
Please note: Coaching is goal-oriented and not a replacement for therapy or medical advice. If you are seeking help for a mood or personality disorder, depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), please seek the help of a psychotherapist or trained medical professional.
praise for worth it
“Worth It is 130 pages of recovery, truth, and evidence-based expertise about how and why overcoming chronic dieting will provide you with liberation in your life. The author has done an exceptional job at inviting you in to her experiences and weaving in facts throughout the entire book about the dangers of weight-focus and how to move toward freedom from dieting. She brings a valuable and credible approach to how you can overcome disordered thinking about food, movement and your body. This is a fantastic read for anyone who struggles with eating and body image.”
— Sumner Brooks, MPS, RDN, LD, author of Savvy Girl: A Guide to Eating
“Katy weaves a relatable personal narrative about her own relationship with food and weight with digestible summaries of some critical aspects of the non-diet approach. Referencing some of the greatest thought leaders in this space — including Linda Bacon, Ellyn Satter, and others — this book reads like a juicy memoir with self-help benefits. If you’re still struggling with dieting, you will definitely see yourself in this book ... and hopefully, a path to another way of living."
— Isabel Foxen Duke, anti-diet coach and emotional-eating expert
"Worth It is written by Katy Weber, a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where they completed a cutting edge curriculum in nutrition and health coaching taught by the world’s leading experts in health and wellness. I recommend you read this book and be in touch with Katy to see how she can help you successfully achieve your goals."
– Joshua Rosenthal, MScEd, Founder/Director, Institute for Integrative Nutrition
“I needed this book more than I ever knew. When it comes to what we eat, what we weigh and how we look, Katy Weber boldly exposes what most women think in our heads but are too afraid to say out loud. In sharing it here, those thoughts finally feel less daunting. Worth It is a testament to what happens when you face your biggest fear and let yourself go. Beauty. Relief. True fullness and self love.”
— Lauree Ostrofsky, author of Simply Leap and I’m Scared & Doing It Anyway
“Worth It: A Journey to Food & Body Freedom is essential reading for anyone who’s spent most of their life losing weight in a succession of diets and “lifestyles” and feeling like a failure ... There are tons of diet books out there — this is not one of them. Worth It is designed to help people get off the crazy train of yo-yo dieting and learn to enjoy food and trust their bodies, and it succeeds brilliantly at that task. It’s most highly recommended.”
— 5-star review from Readers Favorite