Attention Deficit Hyperacticity Disorder Coaching

Lifestyle Coaching | ADHD Coaching | ADHD Family Coaching

(Please see “Coaching” for general information on the Coaching Profession)

Quick links to questions on this page:

Why would I want to partner with an ADHD Coach?

Who uses an ADHD Coach?

How would an ADHD Coach benefit me?

What does the Coach-Client relationship look like?

What do you talk about with a Coach?

How often do you meet with an ADHD Coach and what is the fee?

How can I get more information about ADHD Coaching?

Why would I want to partner with an ADHD Coach?

ADHD COACHING = IMPROVED QUALITY OF LIFE

An ADHD Coaches job is to assist you in making life easier and more fulfilling. That’s the bottom line. This may include assistance in your personal or professional life, career choice, job satisfaction, relationships, family life, financial stability, organizational skills, and much more.

Who uses an ADHD Coach?

Individuals: Adults, Adolescents and Children
Couples
Families
Businesses

How would an ADHD Coach benefit me?

It’s no secret that people with ADHD learn differently. An ADHD Coach will help you use your unique creativity and learning skills to construct solutions that work for you. Working with a Coach you will learn how to function successfully in your own unique way.

Coaches provide:

  • Structure
  • Skills
  • Strategies
  • Support

I believe that ADHD clients are smart, resourceful, interesting, and unique people who are looking for new skills and methods to make life easier. My clients are great!
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What does the Coach-Client relationship look like?

You (the client) are the expert. The Coaches job is to partner with you and assist in your growth process. The Coach does this by guiding, supporting, validating, educating, empowering, motivating, listening, endorsing and believing in you. The Coach will require accountability, help you minimize tolerations, maximize all available resources, and celebrate your success with you.

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What do you talk about with a Coach?

Because time is valuable and you want to get the most out of your Coaching session, I use an organized form called the “Client Prep Form” to help you stay on track.
Topics include:

What have you accomplished since our last call?
What did you not get done that you intended to?
What are the challenges you are facing right now?
What opportunities are available to you right now?
What do you want to use the Coaching call to specifically address?
What are my goals / intentions for completion before the next call / meeting?

I believe that everyone does the best they can at any given time. ADHD is a disorder that has many different facets that show up in many different ways. My job is to nudge you along and help you reach your goals and your highest potential.

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How often do you meet with an ADHD Coach and what is the fee?

The number of times per week or month is unique for each client. ADHD has many ups and downs, twists and turns. The Coach and the client jointly decide how soon they should meet again. Fees for services also vary depending on individual needs. Most Coaches charge by groupings of 3 or 4 sessions at a set price.
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How can I get more information about ADHD Coaching?

I realize that there are many questions about Coaching and how it works. Knowing that it is difficult for ADHD people to stick with a lot of text, I encourage you to e-mail or call me to schedule a free 30-minute Coaching session focused on answering your questions. No commitment required! My e-mail address is and my office phone number is (504)952-9177. Hope to hear from you!
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