As your coach I can help you to thrive with ADHD. You’ll get information, support, strategies and tools to make significant and lasting personal change.
My role is to keep you focused on the goals that you choose. Regular coaching sessions ensure that you have someone to keep you accountable. You’ll learn how to gradually assume full responsibility for staying on track.
Coach from anywhere.
I coach clients across North America and the UK. Though I have a special interest in coaching lawyers, entrepreneurs and other professionals with ADHD, I work with adults from all walks of life.
Weekly one-on-one coaching by phone, Zoom Skype, FaceTime, or in person (central Toronto only).
As partners we will work together to help you:
Understand what ADHD is (and isn’t) and how it impacts your quality of life
Build new ways of thinking that build on your greatest strengths – while being honest about your limitations
Set realistic goals and build action plans to stay focused on them
Develop and implement specific strategies tailored to how ADHD affects you. Past clients have found it helpful to work on:
Organizing your time, limiting distractions, avoiding impulsiveness and reducing procrastination
Overcoming clutter and disorganization of documents, files, and other “stuff”
Managing outbursts and emotional disregulation
It takes time and effort to make major changes to how you think and work. I recommend an initial coaching commitment of at least three months.
Small Group Coaching
Coaching with others can have a powerful multiplier effect on your growth and development as a professional with ADHD.
By coaching in a group you can:
Gain the support of others who’ve had similar experiences
Share what’s working – and what isn’t
Cultivate a network of colleagues who can hold each other accountable after the session is over
Sessions are currently planned for Spring 2019. Contact me for details.
I can design a presentation, lecture, or workshop tailored specifically to the needs of your organization.
Mythbusting: common misunderstandings about ADHD
Getting the best from employees with ADHD
ADHD in families: parents and children, non-ADHD spouses
Parenting gifted students with ADHD
Attention Deficit Trait – how people without ADHD act like they do
Mindfulness meditation for people with ADHD
Contact me for details.