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ADHD coaching, a fresh approach gaining traction lately, stands out as a helpful addition alongside medication and other non-medical treatments. Tailored within the larger coaching realm, it zeroes in on vital aspects of ADHD like planning, time management, goal setting, organization, and problem-solving. While typically aimed at college students and adults, there are now coaching setups tailored for children and teens with ADHD. Programs geared towards younger age groups might lean towards involving parents more actively, ensuring they grasp how to assist their child effectively in navigating ADHD challenges.

We offer ADHD coaching for:

  • Adults

  • Children

  • Adolescents

What is ADHD?

ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by persistent patterns of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity that significantly impair functioning and development. Individuals with ADHD often struggle with maintaining attention, staying organized, and controlling impulses, which can impact various aspects of their lives, including academic performance, work productivity, and interpersonal relationships. While the exact cause of ADHD is not fully understood, it is believed to involve a combination of genetic, environmental, and neurological factors. ADHD symptoms typically manifest in childhood and may persist into adolescence and adulthood. Diagnosis and treatment of ADHD often involve a multidisciplinary approach, including assessment by healthcare professionals, psychoeducation, medication management, and behavioral interventions.

Symptoms of ADHD may include:


  • Difficulty sustaining attention in tasks or activities

  • Easily distracted by external stimuli

  • Forgetfulness in daily activities

    Difficulty organizing tasks and activities


  • Excessive fidgeting or restlessness

  • Difficulty staying seated inappropriate situations

  • Impulsive behavior, such as blurting out answers or interrupting others

  • Difficulty engaging in leisure activities quietly


  • Acting without thinking about consequences

  • Difficulty waiting for one's turn

  • Making hasty decisions without considering long-term outcomes

    Interrupting or intruding on others' conversations or activities

ADHD coaching can help with the following:

  • Enhancing focus and attention

  • Improving time management skills

  • Setting and achieving goals

  • Developing organizational strategies

  • Managing impulsivity

  • Enhancing self-motivation

  • Improving academic or work performance

  • Strengthening interpersonal relationships

  • Coping with emotional challenges

  • Developing coping mechanisms for stress and frustration

  • Building self-confidence and self-esteem

  • Navigating transitions and life changes

  • Improving communication skills

  • Developing strategies for managing ADHD symptoms in daily life

  • Increasing overall productivity and success in various areas of life

What does an ADHD coach do?

  • Collaborates with clients: Works closely with individuals with ADHD or similar symptoms to understand their unique challenges, strengths, and goals.

  • Provides tailored support: Offers personalized guidance and strategies to help clients manage symptoms, improve functioning, and achieve desired outcomes.

  • Focuses on practical skills: Helps clients develop practical skills such as organization, time management, and task prioritization to enhance daily functioning.

  • Offers accountability: Holds clients accountable for their actions and progress towards their goals, providing encouragement and feedback along the way.

  • Addresses emotional aspects: Supports clients in coping with emotional challenges related to ADHD, such as frustration, anxiety, or low self-esteem.

  • Educates and empowers: Provides information and resources about ADHD, helping clients better understand their condition and develop effective self-management strategies.

  • Facilitates problem-solving: Guides clients in identifying and overcoming obstacles or barriers to progress, fostering problem-solving and resilience.

  • Promotes self-awareness: Encourages self-reflection and awareness of ADHD symptoms and their impact on various aspects of life, empowering clients to make informed choices.

  • Advocates for clients: Helps clients navigate systems and environments that may pose challenges for individuals with ADHD, advocating for their needs and rights.

  • Supports holistic well-being: Recognizes the interconnectedness of physical, emotional, and social aspects of well-being, and promotes a holistic approach to managing ADHD symptoms and improving overall quality of life.

Who can benefit from ADHD coaching?

  • Individuals diagnosed with ADHD: People who have received a diagnosis of ADHD can benefit from coaching to develop strategies for managing symptoms and improving daily functioning.

  • Adults experiencing ADHD-like symptoms: Even without a formal diagnosis, adults experiencing symptoms of ADHD, such as difficulty with attention, organization, or impulsivity, can benefit from coaching to address these challenges.

  • College students: College students facing academic challenges related to ADHD, such as time management, organization, and study skills, can benefit from coaching to enhance their academic performance and success.

  • Professionals in the workplace: Adults with ADHD who encounter difficulties in the workplace, such as maintaining focus, meeting deadlines, or managing workload, can benefit from coaching to improve job performance and career advancement.

  • Parents of children with ADHD: Parents of children with ADHD can benefit from coaching to learn effective parenting strategies, understand their child's needs, and navigate challenges related to ADHD within the family dynamic.

  • Adolescents with ADHD: Adolescents struggling with ADHD-related difficulties, such as academic performance, peer relationships, or self-esteem, can benefit from coaching to develop skills and coping strategies for navigating adolescence with ADHD.

  • Individuals seeking personal growth: Anyone seeking personal development, improved self-awareness, or enhanced goal-setting skills can benefit from coaching, as ADHD coaching focuses on practical strategies for achieving personal and professional goals.

A closer look at ADHD coaching:

ADHD coaches team up with individuals experiencing ADHD symptoms to tackle their unique challenges and personal aspirations. While acknowledging the biological roots of ADHD, these programs go beyond just addressing the typical symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. They dive into the academic, professional, emotional, and social difficulties stemming from these symptoms, guiding clients towards overcoming these hurdles. Through personalized or group sessions, coaches help clients focus on their current situation, define their goals, and chart a path to achieve them.

In close collaboration, ADHD coaches assist clients in executing daily tasks in an organized, goal-driven, and timely manner. They teach practical skills and foster change in daily routines. For instance, they may aid an adult with ADHD in staying focused on their goals, breaking them down into actionable steps, finding motivation, and using rewards effectively.

Coaches also help individuals understand how ADHD symptoms manifest in their daily lives, prompting reflection and self-discovery through thought-provoking questions. They offer encouragement, feedback, and practical suggestions to tackle specific challenges, while also holding clients accountable for their progress. This might involve providing reminders, suggesting time management techniques, and conducting regular check-ins either in person, online, via phone, email, or text.

Before diving into coaching, both client and coach discuss needs, expectations, fees, and logistics. The initial session is typically a thorough exploration of the client's satisfaction across various life domains, setting the stage for developing clear, long-term goals. Subsequent sessions, usually lasting 30 to 60 minutes, focus on progress, identifying obstacles, and devising strategies for the week ahead.

Upon completion of the coaching contract, an evaluation session assesses progress and determines the next steps. Clients may opt to continue, adjust the meeting schedule, or conclude coaching altogether, depending on their needs and goals.