Parents often reach

out to coaches because

they're worried their

child is not flourishing. As a parent, you know that your child or teen is negatively impacted by ADHD, and that it is impacting the entire family.  Often, you are desperate for help.  But is your teen READY for help?

Is your teen ready for a coach?

  • Education: The coach shares research-based information regarding aspects of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and related topics relevant to the client’s needs and interests.
  • Skills Coaching: The coach and client collaborate to develop conscious awareness of the client’s strengths, challenges, and resources and, leveraging that awareness, develop conscious competence; creating systems and strategies tailored to the client’s assets and environment that support and strengthen the client’s ability to manage the pragmatic aspects of life. 

The coach may also offer information regarding tools, resources, and referrals as needed or requested by the client. 

  • Life Coaching: The client is regarded as an intact, creative, and resourceful person, and the coaching is collaborative, client-centered, client-driven, and confidential. The coach partners with the client in a thought-provoking and creative process to facilitate the client’s actions toward self- awareness and achievement of the client’s self-identified goals, providing structure and accountability, as needed, to help the client achieve those goals. 

What is ADHD Coaching?

ADHD Coaching is a collaborative, supportive, goal-oriented process in which the coach and the client work together to identify the client’s goals and then develop the self-awareness, systems, strategies, and skills necessary for the client to achieve those goals.

Because ADHD Coaching specifically addresses the needs of people affected by ADHD, it is a seamless blend of three elements employed by the coach as needed:

"Coaching is a process that enables learning and development to occur and thus performance to improve.

To be a successful a Coach requires knowledge and understanding of process as well as the variety of styles, skills and techniques that are appropriate to the context in which the coaching takes place."
- Eric Parsloe