Coaching is different from therapy because it is generally short-term and focuses on specific goals and needs.
Coaching is for people who are looking to improve a certain aspect(s) of their life and do not meet criteria for medical necessity. Coaching can also complement individual therapy by having a support in accomplishing things that may be challenging at the moment.
This is for couples looking to enhance their relationship through activities, skill building and guided discussions. This is for couples who want short-term goals and more direction in improving their relationship.
I also off ADHD and Non-ADHD coaching, including a 2 hour bootcamp session that will train both brains to communicate with each other effectively.
ADHD Coaching is for adults with ADHD that want to improve or strengthen specific areas of their life. Typical goals for ADHD coaching are:
Relationships (learning how to communicate what your brain needs in relationships)
Getting the 'little' things done (household things, small details at work)
Think of coaching like a personal trainer. We will be targeting specific areas of your brain that correlate with the desired outcome. Coaching sessions for ADHD tends to be more dynamic and interactive.
Coaching utilizes therapeutic techniques and incorporates child development, family structure and psychology. Coaching is useful for:
Difficult stages for children
Tweens and teens
Loss of a family member