“ADHD Success Coaching Program”

Are you tired of being branded “ADHD” as if that described who you really are?

Isn’t it time to live the life you’ve always wanted?

Drawing on four decades of experience in the field as well as the latest brain science research, with an emphasis on capability — not disability — Carol tailors her coaching programs to fit the unique goals of each client. Often these objectives include higher productivity, improved focus, healthier relationships and increased self-esteem.

The Live ADHD Free coaching methodology focuses on permanent transformation. To that purpose, we include personalized support systems, permanent habit change, and streamlined strategies to living ADHD Free. The aim is to lay a foundation of self-awareness to build up the other aspects of an ADHD treatment plan: healthy diet, exercise, meditation, and sometimes medication and/or therapy. Our most important objective is to give our clients the tools to restructure their lives, recover their relationships, and build stable routines.

Carol offers personalized, one-on-one, ADHD Coaching Programs for Adults, College Students, Business Leaders and Couples.

Carol helps adults master practices to overcome the obstacles of daily living with an Innovator Brain (ADHD). She guides couples to renew their vows so they can choose more loving communication.  She works with college students to maintain their GPA and not get behind in their studies. Carol coaches business leaders to become the most effective instruments of change they can be.

We realize each person is unique with their own personality, needs, and ways of doing things. To best serve you we tailor all of our programs to fit YOU our one of a kind customer. To learn more about us and how we can creatively design a program and success plan to match your specific needs, please fill out the contact form below or contact Carol at: carol@liveadhdfree.com. We very much look forward to hearing from you!

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