When you Need That Extra Support & Direction but Do Not Need the
Extent of Therapy…Coaching can Help!
ADHD/Executive Functioning Coaching
ADHD Coaching helps clients understand their strengths, weaknesses and symptoms that often go along with ADHD in adults, children, and teens. If you or a loved one are suffering with ADHD, you know how frustrating it can be! Learning how the brain works and identifying specific symptoms and triggers can help build new strategies for success. ADHD coaching often includes frequent points of contact each week to target weakness in: time management, organization, prioritizing, accountability and self -esteem. ADHD does not only effect the one diagnosed, but those around him as well. If you or a loved one are struggling with the disorganization of ADHD and would love to find a more successful you, a coach can help. Do not put the pieces back to get alone! Find help and support with an ADHD Coach today.
Academic Coaching can help students who struggle with test anxiety, study skills, time management, and prioritizing. When it comes to applying to college or choosing a major, an academic coach works with students to develop plans based on their goals and interests. An academic coach can be an effective interim step to students living and succeeding without the structure provided by high school and parents. If you find as a parent, that you are not the best fit for this role with your teen, it may be time to get help from an Academic Coach. Do not navigate this alone. Get help and support today!
With so many theories, books and opinions on parenting available, it can be difficult to know how to personalize it all to meet the needs you have with your child in your family. Coaching can help you learn more about your own style of parenting and give you well researched skills to practice. A coach can also learn about your children and their specific needs to help tailor the approach. When skills do not seem to be working, a coach can meet with you to brainstorm what is missing or what to do next. In a way, it can be like taking all of your parenting books, gleaning the best information from each and having a professional then help you implement it with your own child. Learning how to manage difficult family situations can be challenging. Don't do it alone. Establish an appointment with a Parenting Coach today. Check out this blog that looks at behavior management strategies