ADHD Coaching Services by Christine Kotik was started to help students, families and adults who are struggling with ADHD in their everyday lives.  Often students and adults with ADHD find areas of their lives negatively impacted by their ADHD, a learning disability, or another coexisting condition.  The coaching process allows clients to set goals, accept limitations and acknowledge strengths, develop social skills and devise strategies that will help them to be more effective in managing their day to day lives.

       An ADHD Coach works with clients to provide support in ALL life areas, not only academic related areas.  For example, ADHD coaching could help an individual:

become organized, learn time management skills, and learn how to prioritize
create a plan for completing a large project
set and work toward a short term or longer term goal
develop and maintain focus and concentration
gain self-advocacy skills
enjoy a safe space to work on social skills
manage ADHD issues at home, at school, and at the their job.

       Through an interpersonal relationship with the coach (either face to face, on the phone, or by Skype or Zoom) a partnership is formed that gives the person with ADHD guidance and support in a structured environment allowing them to develop the skills needed to reach their goals and achieve their full potential.

K-12 Coaching

When I work with your child, I listen closely to how they tell their story. Together we take stock of their strengths and challenges, which helps them recognize how capable they already are.

College Student Coaching

College will definitely test your executive functioning skills — or, if it already has, and your results lacked flying colors, let’s learn from your mistakes, and map out the most effective way for you to succeed.

Adult Coaching

Besides food and shelter, clothing and wi-fi (okay, maybe not wi-fi), what do humans actually need? To really thrive, we need safety, certainty, and familiarity. With our families, we establish and sustain tha...

Parenting Groups

In my practice, I coach my clients, and I also train parents in strategies and tactics for raising a child with ADHD. For you — whether I’m coaching your child or not — every day is game day.