Details Of ADHD Coaching

When something is getting in your way, make a plan to get around it, go through it, or maybe, just let it go.

We Begin Here

  • A 30-Minute Introductory Session -  Schedule a video conference where I can answer your questions, explain the coaching process, and describe what ADHD coaching is and isn't.

  • Before our 30-minute intro session, a short form will be sent to you. By filling out the form, you help us make the best use of our time.

  • If I'm not the right coach for you, I can make a recommendation from my network of certified and highly trained ADHD coaches.

The Sessions

  • ​One-To-One Coaching Sessions  - Here, we discuss your goals and the issues that have you feeling stuck and overwhelmed.

  • ​This is also where we may begin creating a personalized plan for you to reach your goals and address those issues.  ​​​

  • It's essential to stay curious; you'll learn a lot about what is working and what isn't working.

  • Sessions are via video conference, in-person, or on the phone. (Phone sessions are actually quite powerful!)

What's Included

  • ​​Optional At-Home Exercises - Some topics include time management, prioritizing, organization, and a deep dive into what's truly important to you.

  • Optional Check-ins -  Mid-week and end-of-the-week phone calls/text messages keep me updated with your progress. (This adds a gentle touch of accountability.)

  • One Family Session - Ask me for details. ​​

Packages and Rates

  • $50 for an in-depth 30-Minute Introductory Session. ​​​If we mutually agree to form an ADHD coaching partnership, the price of the intro session will be applied to the total cost of a coaching package.

  • $1,600 for twelve approximately 60-minute sessions. ​

  • A limited number of reduced rates are available. At this time, there are no open spaces available.


What I Ask 

  • ​If newly diagnosed or if you haven't yet researched being an adult with ADHD, spend some time educating yourself through reputable resources. I will happily provide links!

  • If you don't use a calendar or a to-do list already, start. You can modify and change calendars, but it's vital to have a place other than in your head to hold your priorities.  

  • Stay curious and be honest with yourself. 

More Information 

  • I coach adults with ADHD. 

  •  ADHD coaching is a partnership. You are the expert on yourself. I'm a trained ADHD coach.  

  • ADHD coaching is not a replacement for therapy. Often coaching is used together with therapy, but any trauma or mental health issues should be addressed before starting ADHD coaching. 

Even More Information 

  • As an ADHD coach, I'm mindful that people with ADHD have unique issues and skills. ​​

  • ADHD coaches are not teachers, bosses, therapists, or moms. 

  • As your coach, you cannot disappoint me, and I'm always on your side. Therefore, I don't make a great accountability partner.