If you’re struggling to juggle school, work, and other responsibilities, tend to procrastinate, or have trouble self-motivating, executive functioning coaching can help you clarify your needs, focus on what really matters, and  create a sense of balance in all areas of your life. 

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You might benefit from coaching if:

  • You are struggling to juggle all of your responsibilities, such as work, school and home life.
  • You tend to procrastinate but aren’t sure why.
  • You have trouble breaking projects down into smaller steps.
  • You have been diagnosed with ADHD, autism, or a learning disability.
  • You have difficulty focusing and often get distracted.
  • You have a hard time motivating yourself to get things done.
  • You find it challenging to communicate with professors, supervisors or managers.
  • You would like to be able to explain your access needs to the people around you
  • You feel burnt out and overwhelmed a lot of the time.
  • You have a creative project you’re stuck on and need accountability. 

For Students:

  • Find the source of your distractions or “stuck” feelings and work to  move past or make peace with them.
  • Break assignments down into manageable parts
  • Help you understand your brain and communicate your needs
  • Explore  how you can use your strengths to make learning more engaging.

For Everyone:

  • Develop a better understanding of how your brain works
  • Help you minimize the impact of distractions so you can get more done
  • Develop your introspective and observational skills so you can identify activities and people that help increase your energy and motivation. 
  • Make an accountability plan so you’re more productive in the absence of external deadlines