Now It's Your Turn To Shine
Has your life revolved around being there for others?
I specialize in helping women over fifty learn to work with their ADHD brains and use their natural strengths to create a life that puts them center stage.
What would it be like to have someone at your side while you write the next act?
I was diagnosed in 1995 at age 35 and have two adult daughters, (both with ADHD brains). I graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1982 (BS, Oceanography), became a navy pilot, deployed overseas, and became a flight instructor, all while having undiagnosed ADHD.
I live near Seattle where I swim in the sea year-round, reveling in the beauty that surrounds me. When I am not training for triathlons, learning french, or volunteering as a citizen scientist, I crochet amigurumi plants and animals.
I decided to become a coach because there is a shortage of good, well-trained, ADHD coaches. I have 105 hours of ADHD specific Life Coach training from the ADD Coach Academy and I have received their AACC designation. I am working towards getting my PAAC (Professional Association of ADHD Coaches) credential.
What is ADHD coaching?
What topics are addressed?
What happens in a typical session?
How is an ADHD coach different from a sports coach?
How does coaching differ from therapy?
Why the Octopus?
Octopuses are extremely smart. They have nine brains, one for each of their eight arms and one for the rest of their body. They often multitask and and are known for their unique and creative solutions to the challenges they face as they survive and thrive in the sea.
My standard rate* is $375 for 3 weekly sessions per month but for a limited time there is a reduced rate of $150 for 3 weekly sessions per month if you agree to have our sessions recorded for my professional development.