Executive function coaching
for teens

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Coaching services are offered to teens with the following diagnoses:


- Teens with Executive function weaknesses

NOTE: Teens with ADHD have executive function weaknesses.

Executive function weaknesses can exist without ADHD.

ADHD is an official diagnosis and a neurodevelopmental disorder. It is often characterized by 

difficulty regulating attention, hyperactivity/difficulty managing energy, and 

acting impulsively. These observable symptoms often hinder performance/execution and impact the completion of tasks or goals. 

Executive weaknesses/dysfunction is not an official diagnosis and is defined as challenges with mental processing (attention, mental flexibility, working memory, organization, planning, initiation, self-monitoring, and self-regulation). 

Stress, lack of sleep, trauma, anxiety, depression, brain injuries, and learning disorders are some causes of executive dysfunction. 

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  online parent or caregiver      consultation  for (10-13 


  online 1:1 training/coaching    for 14-18/high school age 


online parent/caregiver consultation & 

1:1 training/coaching

online parent/caregiver consultation

I provide consultation and education related to your teens' roles and routines.

Suppose you feel that your child might struggle but not necessarily need direct individualized services. In that case, I can discuss your concerns, provide strategies for tasks or activities that you can practice, and then follow up with you as needed. In our consult services, I use dialogue, and the parent or caregiver comes up with goals and ways to achieve them. Caregiver consults for pre-teens 10-13 years.