Tired of feeling like ADHD is in control? Okay, let's start there.
Life coaching is an interactive partnership that will help you understand your ADHD and how it is getting in your way professionally. Coaching will focus your awareness and increase your effectiveness.
We will work together on your specific issues, develop plans and supports, and follow up to keep you on track. My role, as your coach, is to engage you in a process of inquiry and exploration; work alongside you in the creation of goals, strategies, and specific actions to take; provide you with ongoing support as an accountability partner; and, to augment your coaching with up-to-date knowledge about ADHD.
What does an ADHD coach do?
Builds a professional relationship of exploration and inquiry without judging you.
Focuses on what you want to focus on without a preset agenda.
Helps you deal with your ADHD symptoms.
Listens attentively and provides a safe, supportive forum.
Collaborates with you to make tools, solutions, and strategies.
Asks open-ended questions – helping you make insights and get to the bottom line.
Communicates directly without being wishy-washy.
Allows you to shift, in mindset and action.
Collaborates with you to create a plan with measurable goals with target deadlines.
Manages your progress through following up.
What types of professionals have I worked with?
To help you get an idea, here is a partial list of client occupations:
Trial Attorney/Chief Development Officer/Psychologist/Real Estate Attorney
College Professor/Human Resources Assistant/Legal Billing Coordinator
General Practice Physician/Health Coach
Furniture Restorer/Information Technology Mechanical Engineer/Graphic Designer
Missionary/University Professor/Financial Advisor/Insurance Claims Adjuster
Environmental Engineer/Medical Intern
Loan Officer/Estate Attorney/Human Resources Supervisor/Pharmacy Assistant
Mining Superintendent/Grocery Store Owner
Finance Officer/Hair Stylist/Auto Business Owner/Clothing Retailer/Insurance Salesperson/Postdoctoral Visiting Professor
Civil Engineer/Author/Forestry Manager
Lawyers with ADHD
Attorney's come to coaching looking for solutions to problems associated with very high demands at work–from time sheets to preparing briefs to reaching settlements – and the compounding frustration of ADHD. As a lawyer with ADHD, you likely experience heavy stress, going to work each day under the cloud of unmet or nearly met obligations. Let me help you sort through the mess, prioritize, and get things done.
Professors with ADHD
Professors with ADHD often have trouble coping with the competing demands of students and lectures while trying to advance in their academic field. As a professor with ADHD, you might be mired in grading exams, getting prepped for classes, and answering student emails. But, what about your all-important research and writing for publication, or even finishing that dissertation? Let me help you handle the day-to-day so you can focus on what's important.