Our personal successes are shaped by our habits and self-improvement strategies. Do you know how to make the most of your skill set? Do you have a clear understanding of where you want to go?
No matter where you are in your career (unemployed, underemployed, or running your own business), you probably have a goal in mind of where you should be, and where you want to be. Our experts in Executive Functioning Coaching will help you get there.
We work with individuals from all walks of life and all different backgrounds to help them achieve their personal and professional goals that lead to a happy and fulfilling life.
Whether you work in a professional setting (or strive to), have a trade, are self-employed, or are pursuing a career in entrepreneurship, our coaches know how to help you cut out the clutter, focus on what matters and live the life you’ve always dreamed of.
Often, adults who are neurodiverse struggle to get ahead at work and in life because they’ve never been introduced to strategies and tactics customized for their unique learning style. We’re here to tell you it’s not too late!
Our coaches will work with you to master time management, goal-setting, organization and strategic planning, employing metrics, and leveraging tools and technology to manage your workflow and personal life.
No matter what your goals may be, the ADDvocacy team will help you embrace your neurodiversity and build strategies to turn your unique way of learning into your greatest strength.
If you struggle staying organized, have a hard managing your time, struggle to focus in class, lack study skills, feel overwhelmed or anxious about your social life, worry about your long-term prospects, or find yourself questioning your own ability to succeed, ADDvocacy is for you!
We can help you zero in on what’s holding you back. Together, we’ll build practical strategies and techniques to overcome whatever barriers life has put in your way.
Our team creates a judgement-free zone. We provide a safe, confidential and supportive environment. Each of our coaches has a lifetime of experience managing and thriving with their own challenges – just like you!
Executive functions are the cognitive processes that give us the skills we need to plan, prioritize and execute complex tasks.
Most people begin developing their executive functions around two years old. Executive function development tends to finish around age 30. However, people with ADHD and co-occurring conditions are often 30 to 40 percent behind their peers in developing executive function skills, which can pose challenges at school, in the workplace and day-to-day life.
According to Russel Barkley, a world-renowned clinical scientist and educator, our executive function abilities are judged by the strength of these seven skills
The coaching process begins with a free initial consultation where you share your history, current challenges and goals. Then, we collaborate to develop an action plan that suits your individual needs.
We meet with you on the same day and time every week, for a minimum of three months. At these meetings, you’ll learn to implement strategies that will enable you to build a foundation for success in your daily life.
Many of our clients continue to work with us to build upon what they’ve learned, and master their neurodiversity in the years ahead.
Our team provides structure, targeted questioning and constructive feedback, but you ultimately drive the process forward. Through regular, weekly contact (either in person or via phone or Zoom) and regular check-ins, we work together to establish habits and life skills that will empower you to reach your goals.
Besides our regularly scheduled sessions, your coach is there for you when you need them. Whether you need to blow off steam, work through a problem or just get a pep talk, we’re only a text message or email away.