Live Happy ADHD Coaching
Do any of these sound familiar?
While there's no magic solution in life, the supportive, practical, concrete, and collaborative process of coaching can help to bridge the gap between where you are right now and where you want to be.
What does success look like?
That depends on the client.
For some it will look like completion of a project while, for others, it may be development of self compassion and self awareness which enriches all areas of their life.
What is Coaching?
Coaching is the facilitation of growth and change. A coaching partnership helps close the gap between who you are, what's important to you, and what you're doing, so that you can lead a more satisfying and effective life. Coaches support our client's understanding of their ADHD brain and its related challenges. As well as how it impacts your personal and professional life so that you can utilize practical, realistic strategies to shift from chaos to calm.
how does coaching work and how does it help you?
Coaching sessions create space away from day to day demands for a dialogue between the coach and client. The client determines the long-term direction of coaching and is responsible for bringing a topic/issue/question to each session. Together, the coach and client explore who the client is, who they think they are, and who they want to be in order to clarify desired outcomes and actions to further the client’s agenda.
Welcoming clients of all races,
cultures, identities, abilities, & orientations.
Disclaimer: Coaching is not to be used as a substitute for professional advice by legal, medical, financial, business, spiritual or other qualified professionals. We encourage our clients to seek independent professional guidance for legal, medical, financial, business, spiritual, or other matters. With Coaching, all decisions in these areas are exclusively the responsibility of the client who acknowledges that decisions and actions as a result of coaching are their sole responsibility.
Example Topics For Coaching:
ADHD Life skills & Executive Functioning
Friendship and Support System
Parenting Children with ADHD
Self Compassion & Mindfulness
Self Care Skills
Routines and Systems
Managing your life
Planning & prioritizing
Putting plans into action, task initiation
Taking actions that align with your physical & emotional needs
Learning new strategies to manage executive functioning
Navigating neurodivergent relationships
Self-regulation & interoceptive-awareness
Physical health and wellness