ADDed Perspectives Coaching Group
Next Group January 2020
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You want to stop struggling. You want to thrive and not have your ADHD hold you back any longer.
You’ve read the books. Well, you’ve skimmed some books.
Maybe you’ve read more blogs and online sources than you can count!
You’ve even tried some of the suggested strategies and tools.
Is it time for you to join me and your peers?
You might be thinking that the support and expertise of an ADHD Coach is what you really need to help you succeed. But you are not looking for weekly individual coaching right now because maybe
- You don’t want the intensity of weekly 1-1 coaching.
- It is not in your budget right now.
- Or you just prefer the interactive environment and peer support you can find in a group led by an ADHD Coach.
Whatever your reason
The ADDed Perspectives Coaching Group
could be just the kind of support you are looking for to meet your needs right now.
I really appreciate the support you all provide – I can’t believe what a relief it is to have a group of people to talk to that “get” what I go through on a daily basis… Thanks so much for being such an open group – it is making a huge difference in my life!
- Director of Sales
Do you have these thoughts and questions swirling about in your head?
Are you ready for a change?
Come join us.
How would you like to meet with me and other successful adults with ADHD who can relate to and understand what you are going through? You don’t have to go it alone.
By participating in the ADDed Perspectives Coaching Group you will have the opportunity to:
- learn actionable real-time strategies from me, an ADHD Coach, and your peers.
- get motivation from being part of a group.
- brainstorm ideas and solutions regarding your daily challenges.
- celebrate your successes with a supportive group.
- get feedback from and hear about the experiences of your peers, other adults with ADHD.
- receive support from people who get you.
- have fun hanging out with like-minded people.
- build your confidence in your abilities as you adopt strategies to work with your ADHD.
And keep on scrolling for an overview of the sessions.
It was great to receive trustworthy, highly practical and useable information from a trusted source (you!), delivered in an empathetic, honest and fun way. I also really liked the great sharing of challenges and best practices by other members. Most of all I learned a ton of new things and ideas that I can use now and in the future in my “ADHD” toolkit. Thanks, Marla!
- Marketing Writer and Consultant
I have something that can help you.
Below is an overview of what you can expect to take away from each session.
In this first session you will get an overview of the symptoms and causes of ADHD according to current research and you will come away with a better understanding of your ADHD brain. This information will empower you to look at your ADHD differently and see your capacity for change in a more positive light.
You will also get the scoop on the plethora of other credible treatment options (backed by research) and how they can help you manage your ADHD. Also, learn about the importance of using your strengths when working with your ADHD.
After this session you will be in a better position to make an informed decision on creating a holistic treatment plan that will work for you. I will also provide you with a list of resources so you can get more information, if you want to dig a little deeper.
Also, learn what others have tried and the results they received.
Too much structure may leave you feeling like you need to get out of Dodge. But the right kind of structure can help you get your important stuff done. You already know this, right? Maybe you've tried to create this on your own. But have not had enough success.
You will come away from this session with techniques you can try and pitfalls to avoid in order to adopt the must have tools and habits for using these tools that will work for you and your ADHD.
You will also learn the techniques and tools others use to help them to add structure in their work and home lives.
Getting your important work done can be a challenge for many people, for sure. There are so many options, after all!
But the decision making and planning needed to accomplish all your important work may be particularly hard for you because of your ADHD. Learn why you may be having a challenging time planning, as well as the best practices you need to do this with greater ease. More specifically, you will learn how to implement the keystone habits of weekly and daily planning, as well as how to make decisions about what work to do in the moment.
As with all of our sessions, you will learn from others what they have found that helps them plan and make decisions about what work to do.
I want to be sure the class is customized for the current group of participants. So, in this first of two open sessions, we will take a step back and look more closely into your questions prompted by the first three sessions.
If you are like most Adults with ADHD, I bet procrastination ranks right up there in the top 3 behaviors you would like to change. Good news. Even if you are a die-hard procrastinator now, you can change this.
In this session you will learn about the reasons for your procrastination, some of which may be related to your ADHD. Understanding your particular flavor of procrastination will help you create solutions that are best suited for you.
Then we will explore various creative solutions you can use to address the reasons you procrastinate in the first place.
Hear what others have tried and successfully used to counter their procrastination.
"Oh, there goes the squirrel..." How many times have you heard that?! Sometimes, it makes sense to throw caution to the wind, get rid of the plan and follow your instincts. But how about when you want to manage your time better so you can follow your plan? But distractions get in your way.
Even with the best of plans, there are many ways you can get derailed from following through on your intentions. Learn about the various ways adults with ADHD get distracted. And come away with strategies and tools you can use to help you manage distractions and execute on what is important to you.
And, of course, you will find out the best practices others use for dealing with distractions in their life and following through on their plans.
For adults with ADHD communicating can be a veritable landmine at times.
- saying what you do not mean
- talking too little
- talking too much
- not being able to follow a conversation
- feeling overwhelmed
- getting distracted
Sound familiar? You are not alone.
In this session you will learn how your communication challenges may be related to your ADHD and about techniques to help you communicate better.
And, as always, hear from others how they manage their communication challenges.
In this last class we will again take a step back to look at your questions prompted by the previous sessions.
Ready to claim your spot?
Here is an overview of what you will receive. And, if you are ready to join us, click on “Pay Here” and claim your spot now.
|Six 60 minute interactive coaching sessions (see above for description)
Two 60 Q and A Sessions held the 4th and 8th class
|Bonus 9th session for follow-up questions|
|Access to recordings of all 9 sessions|
|Handouts and readings before each session|
|Copy of my book, ADD to Done: Beyond Stuck, Procrastination and Overwhelm|
|Make 3 Equal Payments (1 payment now, then 2 payments each of the next 2 months.)
||First payment $165 now, then $165 the next 2 months.
I'm so glad that I decided to be a part of this group. Thank you Marla!! I liked everything I learned and it really hit home. It is also great to know that there are others out there that are dealing with similar things that I am experiencing. The information that you brought to the table and all of the suggestions from other people in the group are so helpful!
- Small Business Owner
More questions about the group?
Here are the answers.
During each of the 8 60 minute sessions we will focus and take a deep dive into a specific topic (see above), so you come away with concrete strategies you can use immediately and down the road.
Before each session I will send you a handout to help you attend and take notes so you can get the most value out of each session. If there is a relevant short reading, I will send that along, too, so you can think about the topic beforehand and formulate questions, if you have any. It is not homework! Just a helpful addition for those who might benefit from some pre-reading.
In the first part of each session I will deliver an interactive presentation via a webinar on the designated topic. No talking heads. Promise! I will solicit feedback from you and you will have opportunities to ask me questions throughout this first part.
In the second part of each session I will facilitate an open forum. You can ask questions of each other related to the topic. Don't worry, as a seasoned former teacher, I will make sure people who want to participate have the chance. And, hopefully you will also share information based on your personal experiences connected to the topic.
I am limiting the group to a maximum of 12 people so everyone has a chance to participate.
We will gather via phone and computer from the comfort of your own home or office. You will be able to simply click a link to access the visual portion and dial into a conference line for the audio/discussion portion.
If, on occasion, you do not have access to a computer, you can just participate via the conference line alone.
And stuff happens, I know. If you miss a session you will be able to access the recordings at your convenience.
See the chart directly above for the cost.
No, you can pay in 3 installments.
You can choose to just call in, if you would like. Though, I think most people will find having access to the visual portion will add value. Totally up to you.
Still not sure? Have questions not answered above?
I really want to make sure this will work for your needs.
Please let me know if you have any questions. And, if you need to talk to me before making a decision, I would be happy to schedule a time to have a conversation with you.