A neuroscience based approach to coaching adults and young people who are looking to make a meaningful changes in their lives, especially with dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD/ADD diagnosis or presenting symptoms.
 
With coaching you can improve your business performance, relationships at home, well-being and resilience, which hold the key to thriving at life and making changes that last. 

 ADD in females can often be masked and women with ADD are most often diagnosed as depressed.

What are Executive Functions?

Executive function describes a set of cognitive processes and mental skills that help an individual plan, monitor, and successfully execute their goals. The “executive functions,” as they’re known, include attention control, working memory, inhibition, and problem-solving, which are based in the brain’s prefrontal cortex.

Signs that you may struggle with executive functions:

  • you will likely have trouble starting or finishing tasks and plans

  • not able to keep belongings organised.

  • lateness and problems with time keeping

  • forgetfulness

  • knowing how to prioritise

  • you may struggle to make decisions

  • lose important items frequently.

  • Issues with impulse or emotional control

  • act without thinking

  • appear overly emotional at times

A free initial consultation will give you the answers you're looking for.

ADD
IN WOMEN

 ADD has become a more challenging problem for women as the demands in our  lifestyles become greater. Now women are expected to juggle homemaking, child care, and full-time employment, along with a full complement of extra-curricular activities for our children.

 

What is highly stressful for a woman without ADD becomes a continuing crisis for a woman with ADD who frequently suffer from anxiety, depression and low self-esteem because they find they can't live up to the superwoman image that so many women attempt today

Many women with ADD feel a powerful sense of shame and inadequacy. They feel constantly behind, overwhelmed and frazzled. Some women with ADD feel that their lives are so out of control that they rarely invite others into their home - too ashamed to allow anyone to see the disorder, too overwhelmed to combat the disorder that pervades their lives.

ADD can be mild, moderate or severe. Some women are able to cope with the demands of daily life until they become mothers.  * Article from Healthy Place

Are you...
READY?!

Making an investment with an Executive Function Coach needs to be the RIGHT decision for you 

By taking action & investing in a coach I will give you:

 

  • time & patience

  • clear instructions

  • encouragement 

  • direct coaching

This differs from pure coaching and has a different methodology and structure. Executive Function coaching is more directive and works best with repetition until new neural pathways and new habits are formed

​A combination of skill training sessions and accountability 'show up' appointments, using SMART goals and a variety of resources to build you own tool box of strategies to feel in control and create new habits. 

 
This is what 'ME' can look like after Executive Function Coaching  
  • More organised

  • On time, in time and very rarely late 

  • Living a life less cluttered

  • Living a life less overwhelmed

  • Able to start tasks

  • Able to complete tasks

  • Able to control emotions

  • Able to know when to take time out

  • Knowing when NOT to say something

  • The ability to self manage

  • Able to remember important dates, times & appointments

  • Feeling like you belong

"It's like finding the jeans that fit perfectly"

After years of walking around feeling uncomfortable, suddenly executive function coaching serves up the most comfortable fit for life, like finding the perfect pair of jeans after a lifetime of wearing the wrong fit.  

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