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Live Well ADHD
A Group Coaching Workshop for Adult Professionals with ADHD
Do you often envision what it might be like to get things done efficiently? Manage your time effectively? Have more energy for the important things in your life? Create systems that work for you and stick with them? Even, understand your ADHD a little better?
Welcome to Live Well ADHD, a 6-week online group coaching workshop designed especially for you.
Live Well ADHD offers support, guidance, accountability, and connection to help you develop the systems and processes to bring your vision to life.
During this workshop, you will not only learn the ins and outs of having ADHD as an adult, you will also develop skills and habits to optimize brain function, maximize talents, motivate yourself to succeed, and identify the specific action steps that work best for you.
Plus, in this group setting, you will get to learn from peers, discuss your experiences with others, and reap the benefits of having multiple minds "in the room."
Registration for our Spring workshop is closed.
The dates and time for our next workshop will be announced soon. Please sign up for our Live Well ADHD waiting list to be invited to join our next workshop.
"Live Well ADHD helped me be more compassionate towards myself and provided a great balance of education/information and interactive discussion. Casey is a wonderful facilitator with an engaging manner and a wealth of knowledge."
- Paula S., Healthcare Consultant
Live Well ADHD gives you weekly access to the information, support,
solutions, and accountability you are looking for!
√ 6 weekly themes to help you get the most from Live Well ADHD
√ 6 live video sessions, each lasting 75-90 minutes
√ Active participation in the group, which is limited to 10 members
√ Access to session recordings to review or catch up
√ Downloadable and easy-to-print Live Well ADHD workbook
√ Access to the Live Well ADHD Facebook community
√ Eligibility to join the Live Well ADHD Alumni Group, an ongoing online community for graduates of Live Well ADHD
√ Access to The Focused Hour, a private accountability group on FocusMate exclusively for Dixon Life Coaching clients
"I felt comfortable sharing with the other members of the group. It was easy for me to understand how the tools presented could be used in my situation. The group members were very supportive of everyone."
- Kimberly S., Civil Engineer
Be ADHD Advanced
Define ADHD for yourself, be up-to-date with empirically-based treatment options, share critical resources on ADHD.
Fill Your Tank
Optimize your cognitive energy and focus with healthy habits for eating, sleeping, exercising, and mindfulness.
Plan to Plan
Learn to write and review your task list and plot tasks into your busy life - take control of your time.
Develop external systems and establish routines for automaticity.
The ADHD Trifecta
Manufacture your own motivation using the ADHD Trifecta: High Interest, Looming Disaster, and Other People.
Build a Stack of Tactics
Build a stack of effective tactics for each task or goal and avoid the trap of the single-solution mindset!
"Casey's models and their presentation were clear and illuminating. Casey is incredibly empathic and gifted at turning observation into insight, insight into action."
- Anonymous Live Well Participant
Live Well ADHD is designed for you if you…
Have a diagnosis of ADHD or are experiencing ADHD symptoms.
Are currently working as a professional in your field.
Have access to advance technology so that you can log in successfully to live video sessions and participate in the private Facebook group.
Are open to sharing your story: struggles and successes and listening to others without judgment.
Are committed to taking action and giving time and energy to the group process.
Sign Up for the Live Well ADHD waitlist
"Sharing among participants during the sessions was helpful – hearing what others are dealing with, some of their successes, and some of their struggles as well. Feedback from Casey was excellent: she is a great listener and has an extremely keen ability to recognize the progress and positive aspects of the trials and tribulations that we share." - Craig L., Professor of English