As an ADHD coach, I have the experience and training to help shift your perspective on ADHD to your advantage.
ADHD affects every individual differently ... how you think, what you feel and how you react/behave. Through my coaching, you will learn how your brain works best and realize there are upsides to havng ADHD. Yes, upsides!
When someone who has ADHD-type challenges can uncover and acknowledge their strengths, a world of opportunities opens up for them, creating optimism for the future, increased energy and a stronger sense of capability.
By seeing the world through your own lens, we'll identify practical ways you can manage what's difficult. You'll become calmer, more confident and resilient. You'll be ready to:
Tackle core issues that so often accompany ADHD
easily distracted, forgetful, disorganized, restless (mentally and/or physically), difficulty managing time, difficulty regulating emotions, low self-esteem, learning challenges (dyslexia, dysgraphia, etc).
Embrace your ADHD strengths; accept inherent challenges.
- identify and appreciate your innate strengths, talents, passions.
- engage those strengths to manage challenges.
Anticipate difficult situations, experience positive outcomes.
- recognize what can (often predictably) cause you stress and frustration.
- identify strategies that will yield more positive outcomes.