ADD Coaching

ADD Coaching

People with ADD face the same challenges that everyone else faces PLUS some additional challenges related to their ADD. The challenges that people with ADD bring up over and over include: a tendency to be disorganized, ineffective time management, procrastination, distractibility, impulsivity, feeling overwhelmed, having too many ideas racing through their minds, and inability to break down large projects into smaller, doable tasks, to name a few.

ADD, however, has its benefits. Many people with ADD are “out-of-the-box” thinkers. The world is in dire need of this kind of thinker. Many people with ADD also tend to be very energetic. In the fast-paced world we live in, it is good to be blessed with a high level of energy. When they are interested in the subject at hand, people with ADD often have the ability to hyper-focus. Able to concentrate intensely for long periods of time, they power through projects much faster than those without this ability.

A good ADD coach is someone who has solid training and experience in life coaching, and additional training and experience in ADD coaching. Such a coach is able to assist ADD clients to minimize the weaknesses, and maximize the strengths, that are often present with ADD.

Denise trained first as a life coach and then specialized in ADD Coaching through additional ADD-related training and experience.


What Does A Coach Do?

Coaches have a variety of tools in their toolboxes. They don’t hand you one-type-fits-all solutions. Instead, they acknowledge that you are a unique individual. They know that the right solutions for YOU lie within YOU, and they work with you to discover these solutions within yourself. A good coach respects the fact that you are the THE expert on you.

A good coach can help you to adopt beliefs, thoughts, and attitudes that support you in achieving the outcomes you want. An effective coach can also assist you in finding ways to feel good wherever you are right now and speed you on the way to achieving your desired outcomes.

A coach can provide you with personal accountability, help you to see things from more than one perspective, and “hold your vision” when you are distracted by the stuff of daily life.

Denise has found that the clients who benefit most from coaching are the ones who are willing to be introspective, who look inside themselves for answers, and who are open to new ideas. They don’t always adopt every new idea, but are curious about new ideas and willing to consider them.

How Many Sessions Do I Need?

Each client is different. Denise asks that clients commit to a minimum of three months of weekly coaching. Personal change takes time. When you plant a seed, you don’t expect a plant to appear instantly. It takes time for the seed to germinate and grow into a plant. Three months allows time for you to observe changes happening. Of course, many clients elect to continue coaching beyond three months. They decide that they want assistance in achieving other outcomes as well as the ones they originally started with. Some clients do coaching for a period of time, stop, and then return periodically when they want to find clarity around a new situation.

How Do I Find Out Whether Coaching With Denise Is Right For Me?

The best way to find out whether coaching with Denise is right for you is to sign up for a FREE complimentary coaching session. Click HERE to contact Denise about scheduling a session.