Tag: ADHD Coaching

The Obstacle is the Way

The Obstacle is the Way

A colleague of mine sent me a book summary recommendation that is spot on for the times.  It is a quick read and an excellent reminder of the mindset we could all benefit from right now. The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday A book summary provided by the book summary service, Readitfor.me Every obstacle we face on our…

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Job Hunting?  You Need an Interview Coach.

Job Hunting? You Need an Interview Coach.

  Are you in a job you hate and dream of having a career you love? Clueless about where and how to start the job-hunting process? Do you have an “issue” that you need help reframing (being fired, resume gap, switching industries/fields)? Has it been a while since you have interviewed? Do you get interviews but no offers? Finding a…

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Part I: How Hormonal Fluctuations Can Affect a Female’s ADHD Symptoms

Part I: How Hormonal Fluctuations Can Affect a Female’s ADHD Symptoms

Adapted from the CHAAD Weekly ADHD Weekly Newsletter August 2017 Part I: Is It PMS or ADHD? Most women I know experience the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome to varying degrees. One question I think is very important to ask is: Are women with ADHD especially vulnerable to PMS symptoms? Recent studies show that sex hormones play a role in regulating…

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Part 2: Hormonal Fluctuations Affect Women’s ADHD Symptoms

Part 2: Hormonal Fluctuations Affect Women’s ADHD Symptoms

Part II: How Hormonal Fluctuations Can Affect a Female’s ADHD Symptoms Adapted from the CHAAD Weekly ADHD Weekly Newsletter August 2017 Part II: How We Can Help Our Daughters with ADHD As girls approach and go through puberty, they experience significant physical changes and changes in their brains. These changes directly affect their ADHD symptoms. Because ADHD is a brain-based disorder,…

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ADHD Coaching: The Brown Model of ADHD

ADHD Coaching: The Brown Model of ADHD

This article was adapted from the Thomas Brown ADHD Clinic website. For more than 25 years of clinical interviews and research with children, adolescents and adults who have ADD/ADHD, Dr. Thomas E. Brown has developed an expanded model to describe the complex cognitive functions impaired in ADHD. The Brown Model describes executive functions, the cognitive management system of the human…

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