My name is Sarah Wright. I am a professional personal coach, one of the few in the nation trained specifically to work with people affected by Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) (also called ADD or AD/HD).
The National Institute of Mental Health, the nation’s two leading education and advocacy groups for people with ADHD (ADDA and CHADD), and many of the nation’s leading experts on ADHD endorse coaching as an important part of a treatment plan for living well with this disorder.
People with ADHD are in many ways no different from anyone else. However, the unique challenges of living with a brain that works differently sometimes interfere with living effectively. Some of the areas in which a coach can help include:
- time management
- planning and prioritizing
- following through and getting things done
- coping with overwhelm
- achieving rather than dreaming about your goals
A coach can also help by simply educating you about ADHD. Knowing what it is and what it isn’t can be a big step in learning how to live well with it as part of your life.
If any of this sounds like you or anyone you know, or if you’re just curious, feel free to look around. If you have questions or suggestions while you are here, please contact me. I’ll be happy to hear from you.
Enjoy your visit!