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Don't let ADHD get in your way.
Dixon Life Coaching has three different group coaching sessions for adults with ADHD starting in the fall: The Focused Lawyer Coaching Group (Fall 2020 is session full), The Focused Professor Coaching Group, and Live Well ADHD - a coaching group for business professionals. All of our group coaching programs are designed to offer support, guidance, accountability, and connection to help you develop the systems and processes to bring your vision to life. Click the buttons below to learn more about each program.
Fall Groups are now open for registration!
Improve your life with coaching.
Understand your ADHD.
Increase your focus and decrease distractions.
Become more organized.
Use time better.
Reduce stress and increase energy.
Make strong choices and decisions.
Develop and reach your goals.
How coaching works.
Focuses on you.
Keeps you motivated.
Makes things crystal clear.
Reduces bad habits and ways of thinking.
Creates good habits and ways of thinking.
Supports you until you can do it on your own.
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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION
Casey Dixon is a respected Life Coach with a unique focus on science-based, innovative, collaborative coaching for attorneys, professors, and demand-ridden professionals with ADHD.
She founded Dixon Life Coaching in 2005 as a new beginning to her 15-year career of working with both kids and adults with learning disabilities and ADHD in schools and universities. Since then, Casey has become recognized for helping clients excel in authentic and creative ways using ADHD-informed approaches. Casey is known for reliably facilitating direct results without judgment.
Casey most recently founded MindfullyADD, a website dedicated to the delivery of high-value content to help adults with ADHD develop and maintain a mindfulness approach to relieving ADHD symptoms.
Whether you're in the midst of an international health crisis (like now), or if your job has always been remote, one thing is for certain... working from home with ADHD can be hard.
To help ADHD'ers deal with the common pitfalls of working from home (that are likely exacerbated during this crisis), I wrote this helpful eBook called How to ADHD and WFH: Working From Home During a Pandemic as a Professional With ADHD.
How to ADHD and WFH teaches you how to do the two most important things when you're in an environment full of distractions - decide things ahead of time and externalize the sh!t out of your decision.
I know these two things don't come easy to folks with ADHD so this eBook is also full of strategies to help you decide ahead of time and externalize decisions - tips like optimizing your brain, structuring your time and space, and calming your emotions when they pop up (which they will).
Sign up to receive a free copy of my eBook How to ADHD and WFH. By signing up for this eBook, you will also be added to my newsletter list and will receive other helpful resources straight to your inbox from time to time!