What is Coaching?


What is ADHD Coaching?

You don’t have to be diagnosed with ADHD to benefit tremendously from ADHD coaching. We specialize in helping talented yet overwhelmed adults who have trouble with a few or several of the following:

  • procrastination
  • managing time and tasks
  • planning for ones future
  • prioritizing what is important
  • scheduling
  • meeting goals
  • building self-confidence
  • organization
  • focusing
  • task persistence

Our Approach:

Coaching is a partnership which is directed by you and what you wish to accomplish. We begin by asking powerful questions because the right question at the right moment can change everything. The coach’s role is to dig deep to discover your strengths. This allows us to find out how you learn, what missing in
your life and why. You’re going to learn what motivates you and create concrete action. Our objective is to fill the gap between your talent and your output. We then design a strategy to help you solve problems, break patterns you thought were inevitable and give you permission to proceed.

Coaching is getting clean about who you are and what you’re comfortable with and being good with that …

Who Can Benefit from Coaching?

Sometimes people just need help with sticking to a plan or even coming up with a plan in the first place. However, everyone can use an accountability partner to keep us headed in the right direction to ensure we carry out what we set out to do and get what we really, really want. To maintain accountability, we check in on a regular basis in person, or through online services such as Skype or Facetime.

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“I cannot tell you how much it means to me to be able to be open and honest with my coach.  My sessions with Michelle are always insightful and productive. My family and I have already benefited greatly from our sessions and all of the tools and tactics that she has shared with me thus far.”

– Cliff,  Business Owner

WHAT CAN COACHING DO FOR YOU?

We work with both adult career professionals and post-secondary students.