ADHD 2.0
Same Brain. Better Life.

Peter Gross
ADHD Coach and Speaker

Whole-life coaching of adults with ADHD who want to create the next phase of their lives.

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I coach adults with ADHD

My own experience with ADHD has prepared me to help you through some of the same challenges. I work with adults who have ADHD and have reached a point where they feel that life is overwhelming and that they don't have the resources to make impactful changes. If you identify with the you statements below, we might be a good fit to work together.

You have ADHD...or suspect that you do

 

You struggle with focus, organization, time management and activation for, and completion of, tasks. You've tried every planner, app, calendar, notebook, system . None of them have worked. 

...or suspect that you do. You struggle with organization, time management, emotional regulation, task completion and _____

Your diagnosis didn't solve the puzzle

The knowledge that you have ADHD has not helped you make significant, long-term changes in your life. Medication may be an important component of your treatment plan but you have found it is not the entire solution.

...or suspect that you do. You struggle with organization, time management, emotional regulation, task completion and _____

You feel stuck in your life, work or both

 

Your history of ADHD has left your relationships strained or even in tatters. You may feel that the paths you have chosen do not suit you well. Or they do suit you but your challenges have held you back.

...or suspect that you do. You struggle with organization, time management, emotional regulation, task completion and _____

Judgement & shame weigh you down

 

It is said that people with ADHD receive 20,000 more negative messages than our neurotypical friends. Years of judgement from others causes you to fight, fly or freeze. And that may pale in comparison to the level of shame you place on yourself. 

...or suspect that you do. You struggle with organization, time management, emotional regulation, task completion and _____

ADHD brains are different - so the way I coach is too

Too often, adults with ADHD (myself included) look to new tools or "life hacks" to help us get organized, activate for tasks and complete them. Rarely do they work - because they assume our brains are the same as a "neurotypical" person.

As someone with ADHD, I know how easy it is to get discouraged at the first sign of failure. It is understandable. And it is normal.

Our typical response to a setback

"I tried, I failed, it's over."

ADHD Coaching - Learning and Adjustment

My approach acknowledges the role of emotions and limiting beliefs in causing ADHD-related challenges. Together, we examine and understand them, design a new approach that encompasses this understanding and then evaluate if it worked or not. We can then apply those lessons to other behaviors (when successful) and to new approaches (when not successful.)

Our new response with practice

"I tried, I failed, I learned, I adjusted."

 

My approach to coaching is grounded in brain science and recognizes the unique challenges of ADHD in making permanent healthy changes in our lives. 

Peter Gross National Leadership Institute Brain-Based Coaching Certificate
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If you think you could benefit from ADHD Coaching, please fill out the form below by choosing an appointment time and providing some information. 

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