We offer coaching programs specifically for adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD or ADHD).
Who We Work With
We work with a wide variety of adults with ADD who are chronically overwhelmed with everyday life. They
may be newly diagnosed, or they may be just beginning to explore their own ADD and the impact it has had on their
Our clients come from all walks of life. They may be high-level executives, entrepreneurs, or stay-at-home
parents. What they all have in common, however, is that despite their best efforts to manage their ADD, they
often feel unproductive, disorganized, lazy, and guilty.
Can You Relate to Some of These Statements?
Before going through our coaching programs, many of our clients report the following feelings and scenarios:
I feel like I’m always behind. I try so hard to catch up but there is always so much
more to do. Some days I run around like crazy, and other days I get so burned out that I don’t want
to get off the couch.
No one really understands what it’s like to feel so different from everyone
else. I just
don’t understand how other people find the time and energy to hold it all together. I’m struggling
and I feel completely alone.
All the books say to “focus on your strengths” and I really want to, but I don’t even
know what I’m good at.
I’ve tried everything – calendars, planners, color-coding systems, reminders, you name it! But
I can only get it together for so long before it all falls apart again and I’m back to where I started.
My life isn’t all that bad, but I know I can be doing better and doing more. I’m
not reaching my potential.
If you can relate to some of these statements, then you’re in the right place! Keep reading.
Who is Most Likely to Succeed in our Programs
You’re most likely to be a successful client if you possess the following qualities and characteristics:
You’re ready to take action. You may not know what to do or how to do it, but
you genuinely want to learn.
You’re willing to invest in yourself. You know that you’re worth the time,
money, and energy.
You understand that change happens gradually. You trust the coaching process, and your
coach. You have realistic expectations about what you can achieve. You’re
looking to manage your ADD, not “cure” it.
You believe – or are willing to learn that – ADD offers many great gifts. You
want to learn how to manage your ADD challenges so that you can benefit from its advantages.
You do the work. You’re looking for help, not hand-holding. You attend the
teleclasses. You spend time on assignments. You take advantage
of the resources provided.
You are not a complainer/whiner. You have good days
and bad. You experience challenges and roadblocks. And when you do, you express your frustrations and difficulties
with the intention of exploring the problem and finding a solution.
If you fit the description above
then you can learn how to manage your ADD, and we can help you.