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ADD/ADHD Coaching for Adults, College Students, and Teens

Office In Seattle – Phone Coaching Nationwide

Mimi Handlin, MSW
Certified ADHD Coach

If you or a family member with ADHD are feeling stuck, distracted, scattered, or stressed-out, coaching can help. I am a Certified Life and ADHD coach in Seattle who has been coaching adults, college students, and teens since 2003. I coach people who are motivated to live with more direction and success and have special expertise in working with college students, young adults, and women with ADHD.

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!

Research has shown that mindfulness – which is working on being aware of what we are doing, thinking, and feeling in the present moment – can help reduce stress and ADHD symptoms. Relaxation, self-acceptance and self-compassion are also skills that can help us live a better quality of life. If you are interested in exploring an additional way of managing ADHD, I would be happy to share information and tools.

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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