I get it! I’m a mom to a teenager with ADHD and I have ADHD myself. I understand how it feels to be judged and misunderstood by employers, teachers, friends, and even family. No matter how hard we try, we often fall short of expectations. The shame and frustration can damage our self-esteem and leave us believing we really must be stupid, or lazy, or bad. It isn’t your fault! The familiar methods neurotypicals use for organizing, focusing, and planning don’t work for our brains. Stop trying to fix your ADHD – learn how to work with it and harness your unique strengths. Coaching can help you find the systems and structures that work for you. As a coach, I bring my knowledge and life experience to guide my clients to overcome their obstacles, build on successes, and reach their full potential.
Providing coaching sessions via video conference or telephone allows me to work with clients located anywhere in the world.
Graduate of the ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA) accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF)
Professional Affiliations ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA), ADHD Coaching Organization (ACO), Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)
Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Communications from Clemson University