ADHD/Executive Functioning Coaching for Adults

"What makes this important to you?"

For us with ADHD, it's not enough for us to know that we should do something. To succeed, keep engaged, participate, and enjoy our daily lives, we need a genuine interest in what we are doing at the moment, whether that be an office project, daily chores, a hard conversation...literally anything.

We are interested-based learners and doers. 

How do we find the motivation to do repetitive tasks that are so boring? How do we begin a project that is so overwhelming, complex, and hard? How do we stop reacting emotionally to a partner or family member when we are so tired? How do we keep up when life feels so disorganized?

That's where ADHD coaching comes in.

Jenny coaching with headphone on, in her office, on Zoom

As an ADHD coach, I encourage you to dig deep into what makes something worthy of your effort. 

 "What makes this important to you?"

Dig deep into what you really want and use that knowledge as motivation to develop new skills and habits.

 

ADHD coaching can't cure you of ADHD. However, ADHD coaching can help you slow down (or speed up), find clarity, and make a few or several action plans toward a less anxious, less cluttered mind and environment.

ADHD brings a lot with it.

Time management, sleep habits, transitioning from a task, hyperfocusing on the wrong thing, procrastination, impulse spending, impulsive behaviors,  emotional regulation, managing one's home, managing one's office space, and clutter are all prevalent topics in a coaching session. But, as  ADHD affects every aspect of our lives, there really are not any off-limit topics.

Learn the difference between  ADHD coaching and life coaching 

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"You won't find a more awesome human than Jenny. She is kind and incredibly patient while also being extremely competent and knowledgeable. She doesn't cut corners or use cheap tips and tricks."

~ Client