Program Dates for 2023 - Thursday Jan 26, Feb 2, Feb 9, Feb 16, Feb 23, March 2, 2023 12pm-1:30pm MT
Are you an adult who struggles with ADHD? Do you feel overwhelmed by everything on your to-do list? Are you ready to learn new skills and create positive change in your life? This program is for you if you are tired of feeling stuck and want to start to move beyond your ADHD struggles.
In this 6-week group coaching program, participants will be introduced to foundational topics for living well with ADHD. This interactive program provides step-by-step practical support on implementing tools and strategies for more consistent performance. You’ll get new tools every week, plus support using them with the private Facebook group so you can practice skills between coaching sessions. In this dynamic program you’ll gain insight into your ADHD, how to build strengths along with your ADHD toolbox!
Topics Include: Executive Functions, Using Strengths to Shift Mindset, Building Habits, Reducing Intense Emotions, ADHD Friendly Planning, Overcoming Procrastination
Co-created by ADHD Coaches Rhiannon Carter & Nathalie Pedicelli
Rhiannon Carter is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation, an Associate ADHD Certified Coach with MentorCoach, a Permanent Professionally Certified Teacher in Alberta, holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Calgary and a Bachelor of Arts from McMaster University.
Rhiannon is an ADHD coach who has over 20 years of experience supporting individuals with ADHD, learning disorders and executive function challenges ranging from preschool through to adulthood. She is founder of Empower You ADHD Coaching, and a passionate advocate for those with ADHD. Rhiannon specializes in ADHD coaching for adults, teens, post-secondary students and parents. She also supports adult learners as an academic strategist and facilitates group coaching programs for women with ADHD. She spent many years teaching, which has provided her with unique perspectives on how ADHD impacts learning, relationships, and family dynamics across the across the lifespan. Rhiannon also has extensive personal experience with ADHD as she was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult and also has two children who are neuro-diverse. Rhiannon’s coaching approach is rooted in positive psychology, but through an ADHD lens. She partners with clients to explore their executive function profile, build awareness around strengths and ADHD impacts. Together coach and client identify and develop goals, create step-by-step plans, build skills and harness strengths so the client achieves success.