Diversity is good – in communities, in perspectives, and in minds. We all have different talents and skills; all are needed in this wild and wonderful world.
ADHD means your mind works a certain way. Some things feel natural: creativity, innovation, grace under pressure. Some things feel hard: getting started, time management, identifying priorities.
When we ignore how your mind works, we lose out on its brilliance. Instead, let’s give you your own custom set of tools, encourage the hope in your heart, and let your bright mind shine.
I know how ADHD can disrupt even the best intentions, even the closest relationships. The first thing I want you to know is, we need the way you think. ADHD minds have a lot to contribute! I grew up figuring out my own ADHD. I knew I was smart, but really struggled to get good grades. Now I’m a parent of kids with ADHD, and I see where the benefits that awareness and intervention have had. I’m building my coaching credentials to help the whole family understand ADHD. We all benefit from the gifts that ADHD brings, but first we need to tame the struggles. I’d love to help you get started.
i believe in a holistic appraoch to coaching:
Being diagnosed with ADHD can be overwhelming and raise as many questions as it answers. Coaching provides a future-focused, practical approach to removing roadblocks and reaching milestones by providing new tools and habits, lots of encouragement, and compassion.
Complex minds make amazing contributions when we understand, adapt for and celebrate them.