Adult Services

ADHD or Executive Functioning Coaching

1. Identifying your specific strengths and weaknesses
2. Setting realistic goals
3. Learning to prioritize
4. Creating necessary structures to stay on track and meet deadlines
5. Utilizing strategies without giving up; becoming more resilient
6. Improving organizational and time management skills
7. Self-motivating by means of your "internal dialogue" and self-observation
8. Learning productive ways to handle details of your daily life
9. Improving personal habits, such as exercise and nutrition
10. Setting up a more efficient environment to meet your need


College Coaching and Planning

The road to college acceptance is filled with an array of paperwork, choices and opportunities. It is a time that can be both exciting and also extremely stressful. College Coaching reduces the anxiety of this process for students and parents alike. Using the student's learning profile, goals and interests, we work together to break down the application process into manageable steps, create time lines, research the wide variety of college requirements and monitor that the process is completed by expected deadlines. Coaches can work with students and their families at any time in the process.


Social Coaching

Social Coaching is for clients with challenges in social communication, which affects social interactions and communication. Clients may also have impaired executive functioning. Executive and social thinking coaching can be combined. Social Coaching includes, but is not limited to the following:


(Social Thinking, Michelle Garcia Winners, www.socialthinking.org)