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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 teleconference:


Telephone coaching

Three or four weekly telephone sessions per month with text and email 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.


Face-to-face coaching

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 for our initial session. In light of the ongoing Covid situation, I am not currently doing regular in-person sessions.


Zoom/FaceTime coaching

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.


Seminars, workshops,
speaking engagements


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

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.

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