I was diagnosed with ADHD in 1998 and my life suddenly started to make sense. I was very fortunate to be able to work with Sari Solden after my diagnosis. Her positive approach towards ADHD (and Neurodiversity in general) greatly impacted how I came to view my own ADHD and now my clients’ ADHD. My passion is coaching others to reinvent their lives in a way that works with their ADHD rather than against it. I love working with Twice Exceptional adults–people who have ADHD and are also highly intelligent and creative.
That’s the basics. I want you to have the opportunity learn more about me and my philosophy/style/approach. I didn’t want to go on and on in boring paragraph form so I decided to invent this rating scale and place myself on it. Imagine where you’d place yourself on these continua and see if we might be a good match.
A life coach can support you in finding and staying on your path. By building a relationship with my clients, I can help you stay motivated and on-task, helping you move toward your long term far-reaching goals.
Every client jointly signs a commitment contract with their life coach. I set the terms of the commitment contract to fit your individual goals and plans.
The first step is to schedule an introductory session. In that session, we will get an idea of how well we work together and what our next steps should be from there.