Group Coaching and Workshops
Got Questions? We have answers in our Free Virtual Open House and Office Hours
What questions do you have about ADHD or ADHD Coaching?
Our virtual Ask-An-ADHD Coach Open House is a great option to address your questions and learn how coaching can help you achieve your goals and the breakthrough results you desire.
Each Friday, we open up our calendars to offer you a free private conversation. There is never a cost, obligation, or pressure. We are here to support you. If you find this helpful, please click here to schedule your own private 15 minute session.
Programs Starting Up in September:
|DeCluttered At Last, is our Fall Book Club and Coaching Circle. If you like to read and enjoy discussing a book with others, this might be a fun opportunity to help you tackle your clutter and get organized. We started our first session on September 12th, but you can still jump in until September 19th. Participants joining late will have access to a private member area where they can catch up on the materials and recordings. If you are interested in joining us, email Coach Katherine at Kat@ADHDcoach.life and she will help you catch up. Learn more here.|
|Accomplished with Adult ADHD One Day Workshops. You may already get that individuals with ADHD are bright and have lots of potential. So, with all that potential and brilliance, why is it so hard to accomplish the results and success we desire? Is it because we have not learned how to navigate our way through what it means to have ADHD and how to approach our lives in ways that we are truly wired to win? Here is a must-attend workshop opportunity. The workshop is offered live in various locations as well by virtual meetings if not happening nearby. Our workshop is ideal for those newly diagnosed and looking for guidance, or those who have dealt with their ADHD for awhile and still find themselves feeling stuck and frustrated. Click here to learn more.|
Marriage Uncomplicated! Bringing Back the Joy in Relationships involving ADHD. A marriage is a precious union. But when one spouse struggles with ADHD, so does the spouse without ADHD. Research shows us that when ADHD is not understood or not treated, it can have a draining effect on a marriage, often leading to separation and divorce. We know that ADHD is not about knowing what to do but how to make things happen. These are very bright and capable individuals. Could your relationship use a little boost? This program lasts eight weeks for couples where one has ADHD and the other does not. Being married is not required. The Center for Living Well with ADHD would like to invite you and your spouse to attend this life-changing eight-week workshop. We begin September 25th. Click here to learn more.
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