ADD/ADHD COACHING Services
What is ADD/ADHD Coaching?
ADD Coaching "is a specific set of interventions that help people set and reach their goals in life. It helps develop structure and skills that can reduce problems with focus and procrastination." Dr. Daniel Amen "Healing ADD"
ADD is a brain-based developmental disorder.
ADD is called a developmental disorder because people have it early in life. It is not something that shows up in middle age.
If you have ADD symptoms, but never had them as a child, it is likely due to something else, such as depression, chronic stress, hormonal changes, a head injury, or some form of toxic exposure.
We offer Dr. Daniel Amen's (Amen Clinics) "Healing ADD in 30 Days" program. It is effective for enhancing brain function and overcoming the ADD traits that sabotage chances for success in all aspects of living- in relationships, at work or school, and within yourself.
ADD affects whole families not just individuals. We will discuss the dynamics of living in an ADD household (for parents, spouses, and siblings), along with many practical suggestions for effective cohabitation.
“You cannot change the past, but you can certainly start where you are now and work hard to change the future. I want your future to be the best it can be, no matter where you start from.” Dr. Daniel Amen
A note for teachers, school counselors, principals, social workers, police officers, parole officers, marital therapists, psychologists, physicians, attorneys, and even IRS agents:
Many people with ADD have societal problems and this program can teach you how to work with them. Here are some common examples of the societal challenges people with ADD face:
· difficulties in school and spinning excessive time in principal’s office
· frequent speeding tickets and accidents
· getting in trouble with the law (many teens with ADD tend to find trouble. For example, an ADD kid is with a group of teenagers and a police officer walks up to them. The teen with ADD is the one who will likely say something disrespectful and get himself hauled off to jail)
· problems with parole officers (the incidence of ADD in prison is very high and parole officers frequently bust their clients with ADD for not following through on their programs)