It is difficult going through each day feeling as though you have disappointed yourself and others. Try as you might, things are not improving. ADHD does not define who you are, but may be getting in the way of where you want to go and who you want to become.
You may have the best intentions, but are not getting the results that you want. I can help you because I have been there.
I know from both personal and professional experience just how difficult the challenges presented by ADHD can be on you, your family, your friendships, your school life and your business.
Eighteen years ago, I started my career in the field of education and daily watched as children struggled with ADHD in the classroom. Six years later, I had my own unique child with ADHD. Despite my professional expertise, I found myself researching ways to handle the persistent challenges that ADHD brought to him and our family.
I soon discovered valuable resources, including ADHD coaching, that offered him and me a life link to success.
ADHD coaching is NOT about reliving the past and analyzing deficits, BUT rather a way to explore and strategize about the future. It all starts with a conversation.