ADHD Coaching for Women

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Are you a woman with ADHD?

My clients with ADHD are some of the most remarkable women I know.  They’re creative and they’re intelligent. They have lots of interests and lead full lives.  Unfortunately they’re also often overcome by overwhelm, struggling to manage their time demands, their paperwork and their lives.  They know what they need to do, but they struggle with getting around to it and then with completing it.

Can you relate?

If you can, you might be a good candidate for ADHD coaching.

ADHD impacts different women in different ways.  Through our coaching I can help you become more aware of how your ADHD is impacting you and help you create strategies and tools that can lead to a more productive and fulfilling life.

The ADHD Coaches Organization describes ADHD coaching as follows:

ADHD Coaches focus on working with clients on their personal goals and the pragmatic issues of achieving them while living with ADHD. It is a supportive, collaborative, goal-oriented process in which the coach and the client work together to identify the client’s goals and then develop the self-awareness, systems, and strategies necessary for the client to reach those personal goals and full potential. Because ADHD Coaching specifically addresses the needs of people affected by ADHD, it is a seamless blend of three distinct elements, Life Coaching, Skills Coaching and Education.

My ADHD coaching process is grounded in building awareness and then using that awareness to support you in moving forward.

We begin our coaching by focusing on expectations, both your expectations and mine. After getting clear about those expectations we’ll focus on three areas:

  • Building Awareness of Your Strengths
  • Building Awareness of your ADHD and how it shows up for you and impacts you
  • Building Awareness tools that can support you in creating the change you’re seeking

I work with some of my ADHD coaching clients over the phone, but I’ve found my most successful clients work with me via Skype sessions.  Even though my approach to working with women with ADHD is fairy straight-forward, it is not formulaic and sessions are always tailored to each client’s specific needs. Most simply said: My approach to coaching is not one-size-fits-all.

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ADHD is a brain-based disorder.

The way your brain works is not your choice. How you respond to the way your brain works is.

What choice will you make with respect to your ADHD and overcoming your overwhelm?

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 Interested in taking the next step?   Click here to contact me by Email.  I’ll do my best to get back to you within 24 hours so we can schedule a complimentary empowerment session.  I call it an empowerment session because it’s your first step towards empowering yourself to make change! In this session you can share what kinds of challenges you’re experiencing and what kind of change you’re seeking.   You can also ask me any questions you might have about us working together.   You can expect for an empowerment session to take about 30 minutes.  

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Click here for a tool that may help you better gauge how your ADHD is impacting you.

Click Here for a Coachability Self Test to help you determine if you’re a good candidate for coaching. 

Click Here for a List of Questions to Ask When Interviewing an ADHD Coach

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