What is coaching? Coaching is a collaborative relationship that offers clients strategies for positive change in a nonjudgemental, supportive environment. Together, coach and client create new behaviors to successfully manage the ADHD and Executive Function challenges. Coaching provides support, skills and strategies for clients struggling with time management, organization, planning, motivation and prioritizing.
Why is it beneficial? Clients often have a good vision of their goals but they have difficulty achieving success. Coaching helps break goals into manageable steps and also provides the necessary accountability to keep clients moving forward. Coaches help clients maintain focus on their goals in addition to identifying their strengths.
Who benefits? People with Executive Function and Attention challenges benefit from ADD/ADHD coaching. To be clear, it is not required or necessary to have a professional diagnosis prior to coaching. If you are struggling with time management, planning, organizing, focus, motivation, memory or emotional control, coaching could be the answer.
When do we meet?
We meet when it’s convenient for you! I meet with students weekly for 30 minutes for consistency and reinforcement. I meet with adults weekly or biweekly for 50 minutes.
Where do we meet?
We meet in person or remotely. Meeting via video or audio call saves you travel time and allows for more flexibility.