ADHD 
Includes 3 major types:
Hyperactive & Impulsive Type, Inattentive Type, Combined Type*

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I thoroughly enjoy working with all Life Order Coaching clients.

This page is dedicated to those with ADHD. I specialize in this area. 

If you identify with these challenges and believe ADHD contributes to the obstacles you face in reaching your goals, I'm here to help and partner with you. 

Please read on and call to schedule your free consultation today. 

Coaching & ADHD

*ADDitude Magazine, by Penny Williams

People with hyperactive ADHD feel the need for constant movement. They often fidget, squirm, and struggle to stay seated. Children often appear to act as if “driven by a motor” and run around excessively. People of all ages may talk non-stop, interrupt others, blurt out answers, and struggle with self-control. This type of ADHD is more recognizable and more often diagnosed in children and men.

Dr. Ed Hallowell and Dr. John Ratey, leaders in the ADHD field and authors of ADHD 2.0, report, "those in the field once believed the ADHD community was approximately 5 to 10% of the population. Now, they believe that number to be closer to 30%. e.g. authors, entrepreneurs, actors, etc. Many people are able to successfully use their creativity, spontaneity, and sense of adventure in their skill set and their career path."

The above explains why some people with ADHD go undiagnosed, but there are many other reasons. Chronic stress and/or anxiety, common in today's fast-paced world, might mask ADHD. An interesting point here is that chronic stress can manifest much like ADHD - lack of focus, executive function issues, and self-confidence. That's why a professional diagnosis is so important.  

Those with ADHD often relate to many of the following:

* difficulty getting or staying organized
* planning and scheduling are challenging
* multi-faceted projects are overwhelming
* difficulty with activating and following through on tasks and projects
* hyper-focusing in areas of interest and difficulty focusing in other areas
* decisions can be disproportionately challenging
* understanding and relating to the symptoms of rejection sensitivity           disorder - 
https://www.webmd.com/add-adhd/rejection-sensitive-dysphoria
* Couples communication (ADHD and non-ADHD)

These are just some of the areas coaching can be beneficial: 

* goal setting
* accountability
* developing greater self-knowledge
* prioritizing 
* problem-solving skills
* keys to focusing and productivity
* a partnership in growth
* stress management
* creating structure
* incorporating self-care into your life (yes, it makes a huge difference -
   to everyone).