A diagnosis of ADHD can be very overwhelming. You might find that you are struggling with all or some of the following: paying attention in class, forgetting homework assignments, handing papers in late, losing papers, finding it hard to sit still, talking too much, or interrupting others.
It’s important for you to know that ADHD is a neurobiological condition that impacts the portion of the brain that regulates what is known as executive functioning. Executive function Challenges will impact, planning and organization, prioritization, impulse control, memory, and time management. However, it’s most important for you to know that having ADHD has nothing to do with how smart you are. And did you know that people with ADHD are generally very creative, innovative, intuitive, and spontaneous?
Together, through my strength based coaching approach, we will identify your best qualities and your top 10 values in order tackle your challenges.
Help you recognize your strengths and set realistic goals
Offer suggestions, support and accountability
Teach you how to advocate for yourself
Offer you tools to help you manage and thrive in your day-to-day life
Help you stay motivated, organized and manage your time more effectively
Help you to become confident in your day-to-day life