Coaching Services

Teens and Tweens

Ways We Support Teens and Tweens

  • To better understand ADHD and its unique impact
  • Identify strengths and learn how to use them
  • Strengthen executive function skill sets
  • Address school-related challenges
  • Learn healthy ways to manage emotions and overwhelm
  • Build on social skills and decision making
  • Develop new self-care habits

How Coaching Helps Teens and Tweens

During this stage in their life, teens desire more independence and being able to make their own choices and decisions. They may naturally have the urge to push back or get frustrated with parents who are trying to help. This, in turn, adds more tension and stress in the home and your family relationships.

Having your child work directly with a coach can help the parent-child-family dynamic. It also helps the child take ownership of understanding their ADHD, deciding on their own goals, and then taking action to build on skills and strategies to support them.

Workshop and Small Group Options

Brilliant Me and ADHD For Teens/Tweens:

This workshop series offers six different sessions and occurs three times a year.
  • Me & My ADHD:  Straight Talk On ADHD And Its Impact
  • Me & My ADHD:  Leaning On Your Strengths
  • Me & My ADHD:  Building Essential Skills
  • Me & My ADHD:  Managing Emotions and Mindset
  • Me & My ADHD:  Dealing with Procrastination
  • Me & My ADHD:  Review and Celebration

Learn More About This Workshop.

Brilliant Me Small Group Coaching For Teens/Tweens

Your teen can continue their support after the workshop in a small group environment. Reach out to for questions or to learn more about this program.

Learn More About This Group.


ADHD 101 For Parents Workshop

Join Coach Griffin Rouse for a one-on-one crash course in parenting your ADHD child or young adult.

In this two-hour course, you’ll learn:

  • the basics of how your ADHD child’s brain works
  • why they’re doing what they’re doing
  • how you can best support them and help them be successful.

You’ll walk away from this one-time session with high-level insights into ADHD and how it shows up for your child. We’ll also talk about some tips and techniques that you can begin trying immediately to help you better communicate with and understand your child.

You will also receive a digital guide that summarizes the topics and learnings from the session, as well as some additional resources. This guide will be an excellent reference tool as you continue to work with your child to develop the strategies that help them (and you!) be successful in this journey.

Schedule a complimentary get-acquainted session with Coach Griffin to learn more about this opportunity. 

Get Started With Coaching

The first step is finding the right coach!

It might be helpful to explore who are coaches are and learn more about their backgrounds and areas of expertise.  Click here to learn more about our coaches.

  • For ages 10 to 12 | Coach Griffin, Coach Abby, Coach Alicia
  • For ages 13 to 16 – Coach Griffin, Coach Abby, Coach Kelly
  • For High School Transition (11th and 12 Grades) – Coach Andrea, Coach Kelly, Coach Abby, Coach Griffin, and Coach Nate

The next step is to schedule a Complimentary Get-Acquainted Session

When ready, you can use the links to the right or use the links on our Meet Our Coaches page to schedule with the coach of your choice. During your complimentary sessions, you will have the opportunity to get acquainted, ask your questions, share your needs, and learn about the different options for individual coaching available to you. You are welcome to meet with a few of our coaches if you feel undecided.

Coaches Available
With This Focus:

Abby Riley

Abby Riley
ADHD Coach and Life Coach, Executive Skills Coach

Griffin Rouse

Griffin Rouse
ADHD Coach and Life Coach, Executive Skills Coach

Nate Hooper

Mike Legett
ADHD Coach and Life Coach, Executive Skills Coach

Kelly Thorell

Kelly Thorell
ADHD Coach and Life Coach, Executive Skills Coach

Nate Hooper

Nate Hooper
ADHD Coach and Life Coach, Executive Skills Coach

Robin Nordmeyer, PCAC CLC | ADHD Coach | Center For Living Well with ADHD, LLC

Robin Nordmeyer, PCAC, CLC
ADHD Coach and Life Coach, Executive Skills Coach

Andrea Yellinek, MS, OTR/L, CACP

Andrea Yellinek, MS, OTR/L, CACP
ADHD Coach and Life Coach, Executive Skills Coach