My style of coaching meets clients where they are today as a starting point. I individualize my style to the severity of their condition, their age and other characteristics to put them at ease as we work toward a more powerful, fully expressed life.
I know evidence-based support helps individuals become more resilient, grow their sense of self and gain meaningful skills and strategies.
In addition to individual coaching, I lead a local ADHD support group through Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD), and am an active member of CHADD, ADDA and ACO. I’ve trained with Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, a nationally and internationally known ADHD coach. Prior to my ADHD work, I worked extensively as a K-12 teacher in the Phoenix area.
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ADHD coaching is transformative, and I strive to help clients become more resilient, gain meaningful skills and grow their self-confidence with evidence-based techniques. I strive to help reinforce desired behaviors so my clients can move more confidently toward their goals.
Through active listening and purposeful partnership, I facilitate connections, create community and ignite change in adults, struggling youth and their families affected by the challenges of ADHD.
I strongly believe that life coaching is an empowering process. It meets the client where they are in their life, today. Life teaches new skills and allows clients to become more authentic to show up with greater purpose and joy.
If you need my support in managing your own ADHD, or your child’s ADHD, or would simply like to learn more about ADHD, please contact me and I will be happy to help.
"I was successful because you believed in me." Ulysses S. Grant in a letter to Abraham Lincoln