Often as adults, we find ourselves being diagnosed with ADHD for the first time. You’re sure you’ve had it your entire life, however, now is the first time you’re focusing on your own needs by taking care of yourself. You are or may feel frustrated with the daily challenges of dealing with one or more of the main symptoms of attention deficit disorder, such as hyperactivity, impulsivity, and/or inattention and the core impairments such as-planning, time management, goal setting, organization, and problem solving. Attention deficit disorder is a neurological disorder, which means a person won’t grow out of it. Learning how to cope with it can help to manage your frustrations and learn to become your best self.
Do you often feel:
- Like you have a Ferrari brain and can’t slow it down?
- Easily distracted from what you are doing?
- Procrastinate from important projects and/or decisions?
- Struggle with prioritizing items that need to get done?
- Disorganized at home or at work?
- Frequently miss appointments or are running late?
- Hyperfocus on things you are interested in that you run out of time to accomplish anything else?
If you said yes to one or more of these items, coaching may be for you! With my personalized approach to ADHD coaching, we will work on goal-setting and creating practical solutions to benefit your daily needs! Coaching progresses through the technique of questioning and using feedback, which allows clients to discover more about themselves.
You will learn:
- How the ADHD brain is wired
- How to take control to become more aware of your choices/actions
- Appreciate your strengths and use them to your advantage
- Change your perspective about ADHD and yourself
- Take charge of your decisions
- Deepen your self-awareness and build your self-esteem
- Create goals and develop systems and strategies to achieve them
- Create schedules for improve time management concerns
- Learn strategies to use when feeling overwhelmed or procrastination
- Identify and integrate character strengths
- Empower clients to look at past practices that have not served well in order to create new habits that empower them