We all tell ourselves cruel stories sometimes. With ADHD, a lot of these stories are about being inadequate, lazy, disorganized, confused, inconsiderate. Are they true? Will this change? Is this the real you, the whole you, and will it be like this forever?
Living with ADHD is challenging, but the world needs the contributions of all kinds of thinkers.
Coaching is a positive, practical approach that helps us tap into your natural talents, intelligence, and character strengths.
We find tools and habits that work for you.
When you hit a snag, you learn what to do so you can bounce back.
And we work through the other stuff that complicates ADHD, like heightened anxiety, and low self-esteem.
Coaching helps you figure out who you really are, what you really want, and what makes you happy. And find the reward in all of it.
There are real and observable differences in the way brains are wired. Differences can and should be celebrated! (Here are a few things ADHD minds are great at.)
Still, I understand that parenting your child with ADHD causes particular challenges that bring stress, frustration, judgement and guilt into the home. ADHD impacts the whole family (siblings too!). With a better understanding of the ADHD diagnosis and of what it’s like to be in your child’s head, you can support the whole family and make home life run more smoothly.
When you book your free consultation, we’ll talk about ADHD, how it’s affecting life at home and at school, and what to expect in our weekly 1-hour coaching sessions – if that’s the direction we decide to take.
Rest assured, there’s a whole toolbox of approaches, strategies, habits and practices that can help you parent your ADHD child, and set them up to succeed on their own. And it’s never too late to try something new.
When ADHD gets in the way of your learning and your school performance, it compounds the stress and starts a self-doubt spiral. The fact is your brain is wired for greatness! (Here are a few ways ADHD gives you an advantage.)
However, you’ll need to learn to work with and through your ADHD, especially as you’re expected to grow more independent and self-directed. There aren’t many schools that truly embrace the ADHD brain, so we’ll work on how to adapt and play to your strengths so you can limit the stressors and get more out of school, college, university and beyond.
When you book your free consultation, we’ll talk about ADHD, how it’s affecting academic achievement and enjoyment, and what you can expect in our weekly 1-hour coaching sessions – if that’s the direction we decide to take.
I have all sorts of tools you can try, habits to practice, and ways to gain ground on your goals that have worked for students just like you. We’ll build your custom toolbox so you feel great about your studies, and your life.
Jobs come with extra anxiety when you're coping with ADHD. The fact is, an employer is lucky to have you, because that bright brain of yours has so much to contribute (Here’s how your ADHD benefits your workplace.) I love working with young professionals, because you’re probably aware of when your ADHD trips you up, and we can address those patterns and obstacles directly.
There are parts of every job that will pose a challenge. It might be choosing the right career path, acing the interview, or enduring long meetings, unclear expectations, and shifting deadlines on the job. How do you make sure you’re set up to succeed? What do you need, or need to know, to stay productive, engaged and doing work that you’re proud of?
When you book your free consultation, we’ll talk about ADHD, how it shows up at work, and what you can expect in our weekly 1-hour coaching sessions – if that’s the direction we decide to take.
I’ve got a whole playbook of ways to work with and around your ADHD in the workplace. From communication and interaction to productivity and running your life, we can work out ways to help you work, and live, smarter.
Grace under pressure
Grace under pressure