I developed a keen interest in brain functioning and mental health during my career as a psychometrist in the field of neuropsychology. It was, however, my experience as a parent (to three daughters) coupled with a strong desire to foster mental health in others that led me to my practice as a life coach specializing in ADHD and executive functioning.
I completed Professional Coach training at Adler Graduate Professional School, earning the ATC designation, and subsequently earned the ACC accreditation with the International Coaching Federation.
I also obtained specific ADHD coach training with Jodi Sleeper-Triplett and have continued learning with the Neuroscience Academy (Applied Neuroscience and Brain Health Certificate) and the Whole Being Institute (Positive Psychology Coaching Fundamentals). Most recently I have completed training in group coaching with Jennifer Britton (Potentials Realized).
I offer one to one private coaching with individuals age 20+ as well as small group coaching (no more than 4-6 clients). In my role as coach I help my clients delineate goals, as well as identify strengths, skills, and resources, foster awareness, and create action plans. My past and present professional experiences allow me to support my clients in all areas of life. Please reach out to discuss further.