A LifeThat Fits, LLC
Coaching and Consulting
ADHD & Executive Functioning Coaching
Executive functions are our brain's way of helping us regulate our behavior, set and achieve our goals, and manage our daily lives. These skills include time management, task initiation, emotional self-control, and working memory, to name a few. Trouble with executive functions can make it hard to stay focused, follow directions, make decisions, plan tasks and projects, and stay organized.
Many people with ADHD struggle in one or more of these areas, but it is possible to learn how to overcome these obstacles and navigate life more successfully. In coaching, we look at the areas that may be a challenge for you and that may need strengthening. We explore ways to incorporate new strategies and techniques and tap into your own natural strengths and modalities so that you can lead a more productive, fulfilling life.
The Executive Functions
Having a realistic and accurate understanding of how long something will take. Using time effectively to accomplish what is needed.
Planning & Prioritizing
Being able to create a roadmap with the necessary steps to complete a task, project, or goal. Understanding what is and isn't important and knowing what to focus on and when to focus on it.
Having the ability to develop and maintain systems to store objects, papers, and other items so that everything is orderly and easily accessible.
Being able to objectively look at yourself in a particular situation and use that information to help you take steps to make changes as needed in your life.
Having the ability to independently start tasks in a timely fashion without procrastination, even if it is something you really don't want to do.
Being able to regulate yourself and manage your impulses, thoughts, and emotions in order to achieve your goals. Being able to evaluate a situation and think before you act.
Having the ability to focus on a task or person for a period of time despite distractions, fatigue, or boredom.
Being able to adapt to new situations and make revisions when faced with obstacles, set-backs, or new information.
Having the ability to hold information in your memory while working on complex tasks or projects.
Being able to stick to a task and follow it through to completion without becoming side-tracked.