I work with adults, adolescents and children as an ADHD coach, focusing on the specific needs of the individual and tailoring my approach to who I am working with. Coaching is a supportive and goal oriented process where I can help you to determine the tools that will help you to succeed and assist you in incorporating new strategies into your every day routine in order to help you overcome your difficulties.
The Coach’s Role
As a coach, I provide techniques and help establish new habits and strategies in order to cope with the challenges of ADHD. I assist clients in organizing their home or office to be more efficient and helps with time management and planning. I am not a therapist and do not provide talk therapy, but instead offer clients practical solutions to the overwhelming nature of creating order in one’s life.
The Client’s Role
ADHD coaching is a collaborative and client centered process. I check back with her client during each session to see if the strategies are effective for that individual and I alter the course as needed throughout the process in order to ensure progress for the client. The client’s role is to be engaged and open to change. Sometimes change can be uncomfortable at first and the client’s success is determined by how dedicated to the possibility of change that he or she is.