You’re Not Broken…
Medication alone does not build skills
As a PAAC Certified ADHD Coach, I’m trained to help teens, adults, and families thrive despite the effects of ADHD.
Here’s how we support you and yours on the journey:
Knowing what you’re good at will help you or your loved ones focus on the positive instead of dwelling on weaknesses.
Filter Out Distractions
Learning how to focus in overstimulated environments like home, work, and school, will lead to greater success and self-confidence.
Improve Executive Function
What we offer
Individual coaching is personalized to meet your needs. We offer several options including weekly, bi-weekly or monthly sessions of 30 or 45 minutes. We identify your strengths and your goals and work together to create sustainable strategies to overcome obstacles that are in your way of success. Challenges with ADHD are different for each person. Through assessment, education, awareness and action we will develop structure and systems that will allow you to thrive with your ADHD.
Small Group Coaching
Do you prefer to work with in a small group? Group coaching is a more affordable option for those who enjoy the interaction of a small group when setting goals, overcoming obstacles, sharing progress and staying on track with accountability. Groups meet virtually each week and are confidential. New groups start at the beginning of each month and run for 4 weeks.
Contact us for more information.
What if you could meet weekly in a supportive virtual environment and tackle those tasks and projects that you have been putting off? This group is a perfect opportunity to pause for an hour and use group support and quietly work on a task that you find challenging. At the beginning of the time, we will all say what we want to do and check back in at the end for planning. Support will be available throughout the hour if you need help.
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- Working with ADHD: Practical Tips for Adjusting to the Workforce – Good Therapy