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Archive for the ‘ADHD Coaching’ Category

ADHD: Seek Steady Progress, Not an “Easy Fix”

Monday, February 6th, 2012

As we move past mid-year for schools, we start getting a sense that the learning challenge we thought would go away or resolve itself in a new grade or at a new school is actually still there. You begin to see the same symptoms and challenges you saw last spring (or even for the last 10 years). In these situations, self-blame is the easy way out, but it doesn’t help. Instead, you should do the same you would if your car ... Read More »

Career Evaluation and Transition

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Adults with ADHD are an interesting bunch. You generally thrive on high-stimulus environments, function at the speed of light… then crash. You’re intensely creative, yet can be too interested in the world to focus in on details or just one thing at a time. Many adults with ADHD are simultaneously perfectionists and procrastinators. Deadlines can seem scary and can easily be avoided at all costs. All this can lead to frustration in the workplace. The ... Read More »

Coaching for Adults and Professionals

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Why any coach won’t do: Coaching adults with ADHD is not like coaching executives or professionals without ADHD. Career coaches work to help these individuals reach their goals (sales goals, project goals, continuing education goals, etc) by asking them a series of questions to help them get their Game Plan or Road Map detailed enough that it’s easy to follow. In those cases, the coach is acting as a peer who is helping the professional ... Read More »

10 Great Things about Getting Help

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

There's a great article in ADDitude Magazine I'd love for you to read - it is about getting diagnosed with ADHD as an adult, and getting help through therapy and coaching. Read what the adults interviewed for this article say that after they were able to access the help they needed! 10 Great Things about Getting Help "I can finally read a book from start to finish."

  1. "I have a much deeper relationship with my spouse than
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Coaching Kids & Teens

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Parents often ask me: What’s the difference between “coaching and “counseling” ? COACHING:  My job as your child's ADHD coach is to introduce him or her to techniques that can help them manage time, set and meet goals, organize tasks, and complete projects.If your child has recently been diagnosed with ADHD, coaching can introduce him or her to specific ways to better manage home life and complete school work. COUNSELING: When we meet for counseling, ... Read More »

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