ADHD coaching is helpful to a variety of individuals in various walks of life. Please select the type of coaching you’re interested in from the list below.
Coaching can be beneficial to anyone struggling with ADHD issues such as: perfectionism, lack of focus, zoning out, poor follow through, shifting focus or activities, chronic lateness, physical or cognitive hyperactivity, being easily bored, frequently being impatient or frustrated, chronic chaos, feeling overwhelmed, and impulsive behaviors.
Mental Health Providers
Whether you’ve been diagnosed with ADHD, feel you might have ADHD, or have learned to manage your ADHD, ADHD coaching can help you reach the next level of development. Common goals are help with relationships, financial responsibility, and job and life balance issues.
Who it helps
The demands of school structures and expectations can be anxiety-producing and overwhelming for students. Succeeding in academic life is especially difficult when faced with the daily challenges presented by ADHD, and can cause or increase tension and conflict at home. If you or your child is struggling with skills such as procrastinating, planning, organizing thoughts, time and space, prioritizing, working memory, and poor follow-through, ADHD coaching can help. Learn to create systems, supports and strategies that work! Elizabeth can also assist with transitions between elementary, high school, college, and independent life.
To learn more about ADHD coaching for students, please download the PDF.
If you are seeking support and structure for a child, teen, young adult and/or parent, ADHD coaching will help your family discover which supports and/or systems best meet your needs and build on your strengths. Work toward healthy life habits and improved executive functioning skills for the family member with ADHD. Elizabeth has extensive experience and expertise in developing and implementing student IEPs, Functional Behavioral Analyses, and Behavior Intervention Plans. She is also available to attend IEP meetings as part of your support team.
Mental Health Providers
An ADHD coach can serve as a valuable member of your patient’s support system and as a complementary addition to the behavior and academic plans already in place. Help your patient focus on managing the daily challenges of ADHD such as managing deadlines, remembering and arriving to appointments on time, and getting out of the house with all needed items and paperwork. Coaching will help patients learn to articulate what is and is not working in their lives, and will assist them in thinking through and capturing questions for their health care provider — a skill that is helpful to a physician diagnosing and treating an individual with ADHD. With the support of an ADHD coach, patients can also create an effective system that reminds them to take their medications throughout the day and comply with medical plans.
If you are an educator seeking additional support for students at all levels, including college and graduate programs, ADHD coaching may be a viable solution. Elizabeth can work with educators directly, or serve as a referral for educators to give to students and parents looking for additional support for themselves or their student.
Whether your organization is looking to learn more about ADHD to better serve your employees or to better serve your clients, ADHD coaching can help you reach your organizational objectives.