Three 45 minute sessions or four 30 minute sessions per month. I ask for a three month commitment because it can take time to change habits and see results.
“You have a unique ability to get to the crux of a situation, problem or circumstance and find innovative solutions. Your intuitiveness is a gift that few share. Thanks so very much, it has been a real pleasure to work with you!”
Sandy, Accounting Professional, Seattle WA
Six-week group-directed accountability group meets weekly by phone to help each other set goals, create & find structure, and collaborate. Small groups of 3-8 work to keep each other engaged and focused. Topics covered include accountability structures, values identification and values-based decision making, boundaries, and others that meet participant needs.
“The work we’ve done in Amy’s groups has given me a whole new perspective on my professional relationships. I’m able to take on better projects and bigger clients with greater confidence and less friction. Amy is doing important and valuable work for our community. ”
–Jason, Web Developer
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and registration.
Start Date: TBA
Topic: “Mindfulness in Flow”
Cost: $120.00 for six weeks
Teen and College Student ADHD Coaching
ADHD coaching for teens and college students is an emerging specialty that allows parents and older students to allow a partnership between the coach and student to focus on a student’s goals and forward progress. See this post for a more in-depth description of the process.
This usually includes more intense contact and a slightly more directive and concrete coaching style as well as education for the student about ADHD and how it affects them, their life, and those around them.
In-home tutoring in North King County and South Snohomish County for Gifted and/or ADHD youth. Study skills, organization, Executive Functioning, math up to first year Geometry and Algebra, mindfulness, self-compassion etc.
“My daughter always looks 1000 pounds lighter when you leave! Thank you!”
–Mother of accelerated 7th Grader