Life coaching can be beneficial to people at almost any stage of life. We all face problems and issues and being able to take the time to think and talk through things is inherently helpful. Coaching begins with the premise that each client is "naturally creative, resourceful, and whole (from Co-Active Coaching by Kimsey-House)." The coach is there to guide the process for clients to discover their own solutions or paths forward.
For people who have ADHD, coaching can be a real game-changer. The same premise of being "naturally creative, resourceful, and whole" applies to people who have ADHD, with the additional idea that the neurodivergent brain often needs some extra guidance. This is true for adolescents, college students, and adults.
Academics are an important part of our society and having an academic coach, whether or not a student has diagnosed ADHD, is quite useful.
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If you are interested in having an ADHD coach but it currently feels out of reach financially, ask about needs-based scholarships.
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