Understanding the nature of your ADHD is the key to your progress
in learning to manage your ADHD
Every person with ADHD has their own
unique "brain wiring" and collection of challenges and strengths.
Our ADHD affects all aspects of our daily lives,
so it's crucial for us to develop the skills and awareness we need
to manage our challenges and emphasize our strengths.
Partnering with an ADHD Coach can be a key element in
developing a deeper understanding of your ADHD
Here are some of the questions that will be addressed via ADHD coaching:
- Under what conditions does my ADHD show up?
- How and when is my ADHD holding me back?
- When am I at my best, and my brain is "firing on all cylinders"?
- How do I best learn and process information, and register and retain info? Am I more visual, verbal, auditory, tactile?
- How can I use my strongest processing modes to make progress, and how can I combine them to their greatest effectiveness?
- What are the elements in my life that are most important to be, and how can I stay focused and directed on moving them forward? Simply stated, what do we want?
- Am I paying attention to the "voice in my head"? Is it informing us in a skillful way, or is it holding me back? These are important questions, Via ADHD coaching we can learn to pay attention in a way that allows us to be informed by our thoughts so we can affect them positively, and not just be ruled by thoughts that are not serving us well.
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