The human brain is a unique and truly remarkable organ that contains billions of cells that store memories, coordinate thoughts and induce emotions and behaviors. Everything your body does, every thought you have is your brain at work. The frontal lobe of the brain is the part that controls problem solving, behavior, organization, time management and other skills necessary to get through every day.
ADHD can make it difficult for some people to control impulses, organize, have effective time management and/or concentrate with or without a hyperactive component to their personalities. Individuals may have other issues present, such as depression, sensory or learning disabilities that hinder finding successful solutions to common difficulties.
ADHD Coaching is a partnership to work through possible scenarios in each person’s life so that they can shift perspective and find the best solution for them to reach their goals and have their best future, a team endeavor that will find the individual’s most successful solution to their own common difficulties. By providing education and information related to ADHD, the client is held accountable for their progression forward. Coaches work to celebrate all achievements in the direction the client wants to go. Coaching is a tool to help the individual gain insight, self-actualization and skill sets to conquer future difficulties.
An ADHD Coach is not an advisor, a mentor, a therapist or medical expert. Although a coach may provide personal experience with permission from the client, they provide a safe, non-judgmental area so that the client can realize their own best explanations to their own issues.