Overcome the Challenges of ADHD

Why ADHD Coaching?

Coaching is about living a life of choice. A coach can help you break through the neurobiological challenges of ADD/ADHD and uncover your true potential.

ADHD impacts the executive functions of the brain, which explains the challenges of getting started and following through on tasks, especially when there isn’t a high degree of interest. Medication may help, but it is not the whole solution. Coaching actively addresses your specific challenges and helps you develop strategies to overcome them.

Whatever your priorities—career, life management, relationships, parenting—coaching is a practical, results-oriented approach to defining and achieving the change you desire.

Is Coaching Right for You?

Do you feel stuck, frustrated, unfulfilled, or unhappy with certain aspects of your life? Do you long for a change but not know where to start? Coaching can help you find your passion, create opportunities, and achieve your goals. It can make the difference between merely existing and savoring every moment.

Coaching works best for people who are ready to make a commitment to their own wellbeing. As your coach, I provide support, structure, feedback, and education, but you’re the one who does the work. The more effort you invest, the bigger the return.

What Does an ADHD Coach Actually Do?

The coaching relationship is a partnership. We’ll work work together to fully understand your needs, clarify your goals, and co-create a plan to accomplish them. In general, the role of a coach is to:

  • Ask questions.
  • Listen carefully to your answers.
  • Challenge you to go deeper when appropriate.
  • Provide resources.
  • Improve your awareness of negative or self-sabotaging thought patterns.
  • Encourage your potential for joy, freedom, and fulfillment.
  • Help you define the life you want for yourself.
  • Work with you to develop an action plan to get there.
  • Support you in navigating challenges as they arise.
  • Provide respectful feedback and perspective.
  • Acknowledge your strengths.
  • Celebrate your accomplishments.

For Health Care Providers

Learn more about coaching as part of the ADHD treatment spectrum.


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