Casey Dixon, M.S.Ed., PCC, BCC, SCAC

Casey Dixon is a highly-respected and sought-after ADHD coach who founded Dixon Life Coaching, a coaching practice that helps high achievers with ADHD learn to thrive through one-to-one coaching, group coaching, and online courses. 

Casey says...

High achievers with ADHD have a unique experience in life - they have learned how to manage their symptoms enough to get by or even thrive, but it often comes at a huge cost to their well-being. I love helping high achievers make small changes that have a huge positive impact on their work, their relationships, and their life so they can excel in a way that makes them feel more confident, capable, and in control of their life.

Casey offers customized One-to-One coaching programs for very high achieving individuals who have already found success and are looking to master their ADHD to create big changes. She is available for keynotes, presentations, CLEs/trainings, podcasts, and interviews.

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Roxanne Turner, PMP, BCC

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Roxanne is a sales professional-turned-coach who has worked extensively with ADHD in the corporate world. 

Roxanne says...

I love working with high achievers with ADHD, especially people in roles like Project Manager, Business Owner/Entrepreneur, and Consultants. It's my passion to help them embrace their unique perspectives and leverage their strengths so they can develop specific systems to increase their productivity. In my approach, I work to become your trusted advisor and sounding board. I also bring my corporate background in IT sales and program management to my coaching work, which enhances the coaching process.

Roxanne is currently accepting new coaching clients for our 6-month One-to-One Coaching program and our 6-session Live Well ADHD One-to-One Coaching option.

Melanie Sobocinski, Ph.D., PCC

Melanie is a professor-turned-coach who is well-versed in dealing with ADHD in academia.

Melanie says...

I love working with high achievers who have ADHD because I am one and I get it! I finished my ADHD coach training while still in denial about actually having ADHD. It took having my kid diagnosed with ADHD to see all the ways in which ADHD shaped my academic journey and career choices since then. I love working with my people and supporting my tribe to bring out their brilliance and help them shift from overwhelm and overwork to confident self-management with a minimum of effort.

Melanie is not currently accepting new coaching clients — she is expected to have availability for new clients for our 6-month One-to-One Coaching program and our 6-session Live Well ADHD One-to-One Coaching option in the Summer.

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Emily Whelden, JD

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Emily a lawyer-turned-coach who has navigated ADHD in the legal world.

Emily says...

I enjoy working with high achievers who have ADHD because we so often slip through the cracks. Many of us have had our symptoms invalidated or ignored; and, frequently we have been told that our ADHD symptoms are personal failings. Because of this, high achievers with ADHD are often adept at masking their struggles. We work twice as hard as our peers, yet frequently feel like we are on the cusp of disaster. I like helping people step back from that ledge of disaster and regain control of their life, work, and health.

Emily is only accepting new coaching clients for our 6-session  Live Well ADHD One-to-One Coaching at this time. She is expected to have availability for new clients for our 6-month One-to-One Coaching program in the Summer.

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