"To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment." -Ralph Waldo Emerson
Many of those diagnosed with ADD/ADHD struggle not only with managing symptoms such as inattentiveness, disorganization, hyperactivity, and impulsivity but also with feelings of frustration, hopelessness, and the belief that something is "wrong" with them. This could not be further from the truth!
Do you have a child, teen, or young adult who struggles with ADD/ADHD and other executive function challenges? Are you in need of support as a parent/caregiver or spouse of someone with ADD/ADHD? If so, click here to learn more about family coaching services and how they can help you and your loved ones.
How can coaching help me manage my ADD/ADHD?
As your coach, I will partner with you to create a safe, non-judgmental space where we can identify what may be standing in the way of you reaching your goals; explore ways in which you can maximize your strengths, passions, and talents; and enlist steps and strategies that are specific to your needs and what you want to achieve.
Please note, coaching sessions may be conducted in-person or remotely via phone or web/video conferencing, depending on the client's needs and preference.
What are the benefits of ADD/ADHD coaching?
ADD/ADHD coaching can help improve:
Academic and professional performance
ADD/ADHD Coaching Sessions
During our sessions together, we will do the following:
Identify and utilize your strengths to set you up for success
Identify your needs, values, passions, and pursuits
Identify your primary learning/processing modalities and how to use them to your advantage
Sort though the "mental clutter" that is keeping you stuck such as limiting beliefs and negative self-talk
Identify and eliminate barriers that are draining your time and energy
Identify memory challenges and create systems and strategies to improve your ability to access information
Identify and create strategies to alleviate attention challenges you are experiencing at work, home, socially, etc.
Create a proactive plan using S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timetable) goals