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ADD/ADHD Coaching for Adults and College Students

Located In Seattle – Phone Coaching Nationwide

Mimi Handlin, MSW
Certified ADHD Coach

I am a Certified Life and ADHD coach in Seattle who has been coaching adults and college students since 2003. I coach people who are motivated to live with more direction, success, and peace of mind, and have special expertise in working with women of all ages.

I offer monthly coaching (4 weeks in a row) or individual sessions. Please see the page on Methods and Details to learn more.

Whether you have a formal diagnosis of ADD/ADHD or ADD-like traits, coaching can help. If you or a family member are feeling scattered, overwhelmed, disorganized, or stressed, please contact me for a free consultation.

What Is ADHD?

Coaching is a supportive, individualized process that can help you:

  • Learn to plan, prioritize, and follow through
  • Develop more self-awareness
  • Reduce your stress
  • Feel better about yourself
  • Get things done!

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Client Success Stories

ADD/ADHD Coaching for Adults

ADD/ADHD Coaching for Students

Please contact me for a free telephone consultation if you would like an experienced, supportive, non-judgmental coach. Through the years, I’ve helped many people make positive changes in their lives.

ADD is both a gift and a challenge. You may be:

  • A creative thinker – great at coming up with new ideas
  • Capable of giving undivided and sustained attention to things you enjoy
  • Willing to take risks and think “outside the box”
  • Imaginative and good at fantasizing
  • Great in situations that require quick thinking
  • Talkative and often witty

And you may struggle with:

  • Clutter – in your environment and your mind
  • Being chronically late
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Jumping from thing to thing and having difficulty starting or finishing tasks or projects
  • Not knowing how to plan for the future, prioritize, or keep track of commitments
  • Self-doubt and putting yourself down