Throughout every session, I keep clients on track, guiding and coaching them toward positive strategies and win-win solutions.
Individual coaching sessions
I offer personal coaching packages tailored to your needs. Coaching sessions, typically offered in 50-minute increments, can be done on the phone, in person or via Skype:
Three or four weekly telephone sessions per month with text and e-mail support. Zero travel time means it’s easy to fit into your schedule. For those of you skeptical about what can be accomplished over the phone, I encourage you try it out and see what you think.
If you live in the DC area and feel that you could benefit from face-to-face coaching, we can make arrangements to meet in person each session or occasionally.
The convenience of phone coaching combined with the visual connection of face-to-face coaching. Take advantage of technology to bring me into your home or office.
The energy of a group helps shift people in unexpected ways.
In the Calm & Connected Parenting workshop series, parents meet for seven 1.5-hour sessions to
gain skills and confidence to
help your child.
Parents of children with ADHD often feel isolated, unsure and misunderstood by other parents and family members.
Calm & Connected will give you the support, education and tools you need in a safe, private setting.
When you understand the impact of ADHD on learning and behavior beyond impulsivity, hyperactivity and inattentiveness, you can make a difference in your child’s life. New groups forming soon. Email me for more information.
My other highly interactive seminars, workshops and speaking engagements include topics such as:
Top Ten Strategies for Parenting Children with ADHD
Executive Function Overview: What to expect when your student has ADHD
Get Unhooked Before You Become Unhinged: How to maintain sanity as a parent or caregiver
The Power of Positivity: How paying attention to “what is” can reduce stress
One Life to Live, One Year to Live It: How would you live your life differently if you knew you had just one year left?
Support group facilitation
In a support or share group, it’s my job to keep the conversation flowing so that all participants can learn from one another. I have facilitated quite a few groups, including parents of children with ADHD, caregivers with family members in assisted living facilities, and new moms struggling with issues such as changing roles and relationships.