ADHD Coaching with Maureen is a Living Relationship
Maureen Nolan coaches with compassionate practical suggestions. She addresses challenges from the perspective of brain science, of what it’s like to live with the present situation and to experience its impact on the brain and therefore on your life. A living relationship is in flux and flow. Maureen is creative and interactive in her coach approach. What are the client’s Executive Function challenges in memory, organization, impulsivity, emotional fluctuation, or the problems with relationships at home and at school or work?
Maureen’s coach approach is humanistic and solution focused in nature. Clients are accepted unconditionally in their presenting situation. The client is in charge. What are your experiences and your perspectives? Her work is goal-oriented. She guides you to be in the flow of your life and toward the development and achievement of your goals.
Clients are encouraged to come with an intention (or 3!) for the session. Do your beliefs work for you? Have you reached the edge of your survival skills and need to thrive in a different way? Homework is usually a part of the relationship.
Change is good for us – we become stronger in character and in resilience because we change the way our brains work as we change our limiting beliefs. Self-initiation to change is a personal strength of seekers and is the reason clients call for sessions. You want to change, to take charge, to recover, to heal and to be confident of your self-direction, decision-making and your overall success.
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When one person in a family has ADHD, everyone has ADHD.
What does that mean? It means everyone may suffer, gets irritated, or is slighted in some way as the squeaky wheel gets more attention. Both parents and siblings have questions and a need to recover from family chaos. Maureen offers both family coaching and therapy. Parents also have their very own workshop series to help give peace in the home a chance. Read about Sanity School for Parents!
In the short 18 years since Maureen began her professional education and her ADHD coach training about the personal impact of ADHD in her family, she has coached newly diagnosed adults and emerging adults (18-25). One man was 67 when he was diagnosed. It was a huge relief to him and a new source of strength as he looked at his life. Maureen both celebrates successes with you and helps you mourn the lost years and lost, dark time before ADHD awareness.
Mourn no more! Call Maureen for her life-changing and strength-based support.
Maureen works with parents of young children on executive function challenges. She believes parents can make small changes in their home environment after just one session.
Older children are coached on a path of self-advocacy, a critical skill for their future success. Sessions begin lasting one hour a week and may move quickly to 2-25 minute sessions as the student progresses in their personal successes.
College students require a lot of attention/executive function training. Can they juggle this new responsibility and be successful in all areas? Yes. But it takes a while to learn to:
- Identify and avoid situations that produce non-productive behaviors
- Schedule academics and daily life with success
. Call Maureen when your student is still in high school for the best results in an expensive college experiment.
Coming soon in Atlanta are live workshops for teachers in the tradition of Sanity School! Teachers are under a time crunch/assault in the classroom with hours of legal requirements to meet that put your ADHD student at academic risk. What to do? Help your teacher learn how to manage ADHD behaviors in the classroom. Maureen is the Atlanta area trainer for Sanity School for Teachers, a strength-and-relationship based teacher training for immediate results in the classroom. Email Maureen with your questions about Sanity School for Teachers workshops coming this summer.