Attention Deficit Disorder: ADD or ADHD

Whether you are reading this because:

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I have been told I have ADHD but I —
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  • you know you have Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • might have ADD or ADHD
  • care about someone who has, or might have, ADD or ADHD
  • want to learn more about ADD and ADHD

ADD/ADHD Coaching provides:

  • Understanding
  • Encouragement
  • Exploration
  • Feedback
  • Guidance in Finding Resources
  • External structure and an accountability partner who is more objective than family and friends
  • Development of systems that are custom-designed for you
  • Support as you learn to take control of your health care and ADD/ADHD management

Learn more about coaching with Lynne

As a Certified ADD/ADHD Organizer Coach, I often have the opportunity to work with adults who are easily distracted (or hyper-focused), impulsive, high-energy, creative, risk-taking, life-loving, procrastinating, time-challenged – and some of them have ADD or ADHD. Details and external demands prove challenging to those who like to think “big picture” and for whom the whole picture can change with each new thought.

ADD and ADHD aren’t new in the adult population, but the diagnosis is more commonly made than it used to be. These don’t look the same for everyone. There is no absolutely conclusive test for diagnosing ADD or ADHD, and treating the symptoms that present in any individual is an artful combination of science and serendipity.

Anyone entering into a partnership with an organizer coach needs to consider personal fit, but it is especially important that someone with ADD or ADHD find a coach who is knowledgeable about this so the coaching will effectively address the particular challenges (and strengths) that often accompany ADD and ADHD.

Learn more about coaching with Lynne