Adulting with ADHD

Adulting with ADHD can be exhausting and challenging. Often, when adults are considering an ADHD coach it is because they are seeking change but do not know how to create it and sustain it.

Clients want a different result from what they have been experiencing but limiting beliefs, and old patterns of behavior, may be holding them back or keeping them stuck. Whether newly diagnosed, self-diagnosed, or diagnosed long ago partnering with an ADHD coach can lead to lasting change. Break the past cycles of failure and frustration and rewrite your story to be who you want to be.

Within the coaching relationship clients are empowered to overcome challenges and reframe them into possibilities. Clients explore barriers, and areas of resistance, as they grow their self-awareness to how ADHD shows up and impacts them. They discover strengths that they already possess and learn how to connect them to goals and convert them into actions. Through collaboration clients begin to create  systems, strategies, and supports that enable them to move forward with greater clarity and intention. As clients learn to apply the ADHD lens, and deepen their understanding of both their unique brain wiring and their processing modalities, they begin to view themselves with more self-compassion.

ADHD coaching can enhance the lives of people with ADHD across the life span as they acquire skills that lead to increased success, increased happiness and greater satisfaction in life.

Benefits of Coaching

  • Learn how to activate the ADHD brain and understand the role interest plays
  • Improve Executive Functions skills around organization, time management, money management, planning, goal setting, prioritizing…
  • Identify new ways to increase motivation, get into action, and complete tasks
  • Map out short term and long term goals that leads to daily success
  • Learn to navigate change more effectively and build resiliency 
  • Increase ability to focus with less distraction(s)
  • Improve work performance
  • Strengthen relationships and communication
  • Explore the role of emotions, self-regulation, and impulsivity related to ADHD
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Learn to navigate change more effectively and build resiliency
  • Establish good self-care routines for a healthy lifestyle such as sleeping, eating, exercising
  • Make time for the things that bring you joy