ADHD Coaching for Everyone

Get help for your college student with ADHD Coaching.


The support provided for college students with ADD, ADHD, LD and executive functioning deficits include:

  • Learning how to maneuver through a new unstructured college environment
  • Focusing on Executive Functioning Skills along with Life Planning Skills
  • Knowing what school services are available and how to self-advocate to get their needs met
  • Focusing on their strengths and learning strategies for handling their areas of weakness
  • Being their accountability partner
  • Building Confidence
  • Managing and prioritizing daily work and long-term projects


The support provided for children and teens with ADD, ADHD, LD and executive functioning deficits include:

  • Identifying strengths and enhancing them
  • Getting organized
  • Staying focused
  • Identifying realistic goals in school, sports and/or relationships
  • Making better decisions with creative plans
  • Managing time and keeping to schedules
  • Prioritizing tasks to complete them
  • Utilizing effective study skills
  • Substituting ineffective habits for more effective ones
  • Improving self-esteem and managing anxiety
  • Establishing a daily routine for common tasks

Get help for your child or teenager with ADHD Coaching.


The support provided to parents of children with ADD, ADHD, LD and executive functioning deficits include:

  • Understanding how ADHD affects your child cognitively, behaviorally, emotionally
  • Learning vital communication techniques
  • Identifying your child’s needs, setting goals, building strategies to accomplish them while utilizing your child’s strengths
  • Helping your child understand their strengths and challenges to support their success
  • Helping your child develop self-advocacy skills


The support provided to adults with ADD, ADHD, LD and Executive Functioning Issues include:

  • Understand the make up of an adult client’s ADHD and the effects of their ADHD on the quality of their life
  • Work with adult clients to create structures and systems, skills and strategies to support their areas of weakness
  • Assist adult clients to stay focused on their goals, deal with obstacles, and address ADHD-related issues like:
    • Time management
    • Organization  
    • Self-esteem
    • Self-awareness
  • Become an adult client’s accountability partner as he becomes more focused on improving his quality of life
  • Provide a supportive and non-judgmental environment so the adult client can focus on setting attainable goals and create an action plan to be sure they can reach those goals
  • Don’t wait, get coaching and support for yourself or your child struggling with ADHD.