If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD or they’re in the diagnostic process, it can be a frustrating and overwhelming process.
This disorder can bring unexpected challenges that lead to family disconnection, sadness, or concern for our child, but… we can to work on that!
You may be surprised to learn through your child’s diagnosis that you, too, have ADHD.
Through individual and group coaching for adults, we’ll work to recover family connection, harmony, and happiness. We’ll incorporate ikigai philosophy and intercultural methodologies to achieve our goals.
The transition from the structure of high school to the discipline required to complete a university major can be overwhelming.
With ADHD / EF coaching for higher education students, you’ll identify and develop strategies that will support you throughout your college career and beyond. We’ll work to help you organize your study space and schedule and give you strategies to manage your time more effectively.
Differences make us special, but they’re not always easy to navigate. As teachers, we have a wide diversity of students in our care, and it can often be a challenge to create an inclusive environment in which all students can learn.
The challenge becomes even greater when our students are neurodiverse, if we don’t have the right tools.
In our teacher coaching sessions, we’ll focus on creating an inclusive and healthy environment for everyone, students and teacher alike.
Co-workers, clientes, or partners must collaborate despite cultural or cognitive differences.
Undoubtedly, the benefits of cultural and neurodiversity in the workplace are great; however, sometimes bridging these differences and really hearing one another is often a challenge, which can lead to obstacles at work.
It’s natural to feel lost, and I’m here to help you and your team unpack those feelings and get to work on understanding and creating a roadmap to an office culture where everyone feels valued and productivity improves.