Group Coaching

Aha!
ADHD Aha Group Coaching Program

Look at your ADHD differently!


 

Register now to access an invaluable enhancement to this program—a one-on-one 75-minute discovery interview with Jeff Copper. After reviewing your input from a tailored learning exercise, Jeff helps excavate the Aha into how your brain categorizes information. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to reveal the root of your challenges! Please join our 12-week ADHD Aha! Coaching telegroup:

  • Weekly calls are on: Thursday
  • Total Calls: Twelve (12)
  • Time of Day:Noon to 1:00 p.m. ET
  • Launch Date:April 5, 2018*
  • Last Class: June 21, 2018
  • Cost: $779 per participant

Could you be doing better at work, in your relationships and with yourself?

Solve YOUR issues by excavating the Aha!—the revelation into the mystery of why you do what you do… and how to improve it!

YES, that’s right! You didn’t get to where you are today without systems in place. It’s just that your systems may not look like what society thinks they should look like.

Focus Your Attention

Jeff Copper has developed a revolutionary way to mass-customize individual ADHD solutions in a group setting.

Unlike other ADHD coaching sessions, Jeff coaches your inner coach to manage and move past the invisible barriers of ADHD with the goal of helping you focus on your attention.

Enabling you to grasp—probably for the first time—your unique attentional need allows you to finally understand your personal capacity to choose what to pay attention to and what to ignore.

Through the use of customized, exclusively-developed attention exercises, you now have the ability to witness your ADHD in ways you never dreamed of. Now, you will gain insight and identify the unique systems and solutions you already have in place that work; you just don’t realize it!

At the root of every problem is an underlying Aha!

Aha! Principles

  • If the obvious isn’t working, chances are you’re attending to the wrong thing. What is obvious depends on what you attend to. Sometimes, you can’t see the forest for the trees. Work with Jeff to develop your self-awareness.
  • Ahas, or the shifting of attention, are The Holy Grail of problem-solving.
  • Excavating Ahas is a method-based process.  Jeff walks you through basic ADHD brain biology. Then, using his attention exercises, you can witness firsthand how your version of ADHD manifests in its natural habitat (your brain), which then translates into your unique behavior. He then helps you use these insights and coaches you on how to work with your ADHD brain to beat it at its own game.  This is in stark contrast to other programs that focus on behavior modification and fight against biology to beat your ADHD into submission.

Program Benefits

  • Learn to make sense of your brain in ways the deficit of attention model doesn’t allow.
  • Better articulate and share your ADHD experience with others.
  • Gain more confidence to advocate for yourself.
  • Achieve a clearer understanding of who you are and your dominant learning modality.
  • Acquire a new understanding of attention with insight on how to manage it as a process, not a thing.
  • Recognize the source of your impulsivity and distractibility, and learn how to manage it.
  • Build on your organizational system that is working already, rather than learn new systems.
  • Discover how to teach yourself, a gift you can use for years to come!

Takeaway Skills

  • Recognize and replicate your individual processes.
  • Learn to PAUSE, ponder, and override impulses.
  • Understand the role pressure plays, its ability to paralyze, and how to down-regulate emotions.
  • Witness the inner source of your procrastination and the processes that will move you forward.
  • Reveal your time management recipe, the barriers to managing time, and techniques to override your time blindness.
  • Comprehend your existing organizational systems and how to build upon them.
  • Create strategies to train your inner coach to new possibilities.
  • Write your own user manual.

Program Scope

This program includes 12 weekly virtual coaching calls plus one one-on-one interview:

  • One-on-One Interview: In a 75-minute discovery interview, Jeff mirrors back a sense of who you are. The interview includes a review of the results of a learning exercise you will have completed and a line of questioning to gain insight on how you naturally organize and process information in your mind. This insight is important, because it often reveals clues to characteristics that serve as a compass to what organizational systems will work best for you.  NOTE:  This interview is available only to those who register prior to the EARLY BIRD DEADLINE.
  • Calls 1-4: Use attention exercises to coach you on basic observation skills to excavate insights around procrastination, time management, organization, and emotional self-regulation and help your inner coach witness your natural patterns of attention in its natural habitat. Transform your understanding of ADHD down to its simplest root form.
  • Calls 5-12: We share what we attend to as we use our observation skills to coach you towards what works. As we coach you, we’ll help you witness attention, working memory, motivation, the automatic brain, the executive functioning brain, and more. Excavate personal Ahas!

Class size is limited to eight participants. Audio recordings of all calls are available to participants in case a class is missed or for post-call review.

Facilitator

Jeff Copper, MBA, PCAC, PCC, ACG is credentialed and recognized as a Professional Certified ADHD Coach by the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches (PAAC) and a Professional Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation (ICF). Jeff has successfully coached and mentored hundreds of individuals impacted by ADHD. As founder of DIG Coaching Practice, Jeff is an attention coach for individuals and entrepreneurs with ADHD seeking personal or business results.

Jeff is also the founder and host of Attention Talk Radio with more than 450 interviews and over 210 hours of content with ADHD and attention experts! He is a graduate of the ADD Coach Academy and an outstanding teleclass leader.  (Meet Jeff Copper)

Sign Up – Individually or with a Group

PRIVATE GROUPS (minimum 4 participants):
Contact us directly at info@digcoaching.com or call 762-233-2343 for scheduling options. This program costs just $3,000 for a private group of up to six participants, which is a great value compared to individual coaching.

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FAQ

Q: How can I work on my individual goals in a group setting?

A: Individual work is accomplished by learning how to coach yourself and tune your own brain. Our ubiquitous methodology of coaching each person on different topics has proven effective, unlike other group coaching programs that focus on only one specific area. Why does it work? We teach you what and how WE attend to things while we coach each person individually.  In the end, you get the coaching you need, and you will learn how to coach yourself through the techniques that are demonstrated in each session.

ADHD can only be understood by those who experience it. By way of this virtual group program, you’ll find power and connection in the ADHD tribe by the realization that others share your plight. Together, you’ll learn from each other and work toward moving forward in a safe environment protected by a level of anonymity.

It may surprise you to know that you’ll find some of their Ahas! will manifest as an Aha! for you. Think of it as an added bonus—a group member’s experience excavates an Aha! in your life.

Q: What are the benefits to group coaching?

A: A group coaching setting works because it can achieve greater impact more quickly and at a lower cost. By connecting with others who share your plight and tapping into the collective wisdom of the group, this peer-learning environment is often as important as the direct interaction with the DIG coach. We are all in this together and we can “normalize” the suffering and isolation.

Q: What is expected of me?

A: This is not your typical coaching session in that there will be no checklists, lectures, or worksheets. But don’t think you’ll be able to just sit back and take it all in. Instead, we will experience together attention exercises designed to coach you on basic observation skills that will transform your understanding of ADHD down to its simplest root form. You’ll be doing the heavy lifting. Yes, it will be work, but you’ll be amazed at how much fun it will be! Isn’t fun the best thing to have?

Q: What are some of the topics that might get covered?

A: You can bet that procrastination, time blindness, and disorganization will be Aha! agenda items!

Praise

  • “Jeff Copper pays attention to attention like no one else, and fortunately for the rest of us, he shares his insights in a totally understandable way.” ~ Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., MBA
  • “Jeff is an expert at helping you figure out how your brain works and invent processes that work for you. I have made many changes resulting in greater efficiency in life and in my business. He is highly structured, focused, and always starts and ends on time.” ~ Birgit Zacher Hanson, MCC
  • Jeff kept the perfect balance of being tough, honest, and direct. I have learned about the heart of being a coach from Jeff Copper. I could not have asked for a better mentor, coach, and friend. Thank you.” ~ Kirsten Milliken, Ph.D, ACC
  • “Before Jeff’s coaching, I had a fair amount of anxiety, trying to keep up with work that just didn’t seem to get done. In working with Jeff, I realized that completing things that require executive function at point of performance is key to me. As a matter of fact, it’s everything. Understanding that allowed me to make very small adjustments that made a big difference. This was my aha moment. If you’re struggling and need an outside perspective to find solutions that work for you, I would highly recommend Jeff Copper.” ~ John Darby, Ocala FL
  • “I was on the verge of giving up hope that I could ever organize myself or manage a seemingly scattered over-abundance of ideas. I was feeling overwhelmed in trying to organize and prioritize ideas and plans, much less to follow through on any of them in a structured, predictable way. I had worked through so many books, and self-help courses but I constantly felt overwhelmed and burned out. My experience with Jeff Copper in DIG Coaching changed all of that around! His Coaching Yourself course was filled with numerous revelations and ahas about how I can actually get through any sticking points by just learning to observe how my brain works in those situations. The power of attention and observation was explained in ways no one else had ever taught before. I learned how to look at ways my brain operates and build on that versus trying to make my brain work like others say it should. Jeff helped me realize I actually already had some personally customized systems that not only worked but were more efficient than I realized. He really knows how to ask the right questions and he doesn’t tell you to do it his way! That’s powerful coaching! Working with DIG Coaching was one of the most powerful coaching experiences I’ve had in a long time! It’s saved me so much time and frustration! I’m forever grateful!” ~ Krista Papp, Milwaukee, WI

Examples

True stories to illustrate what it might look like for you:

  • A psychologist, usually 10-15 minutes late 90% of the time, was asked by her boyfriend to be more considerate. Jeff asked, “What is your recipe? You must have a system.” After exploration, It turns out she doesn’t like to be bored… not a time management problem after all.  Aha!
  • A mergers and acquisitions professional complained about procrastination. Turns out he is a verbal processor, couldn’t get the work done at work. The natural structure of talking out loud enabled him to gain clarity. He would bring his team in to get his “Aha” – then go home to do the rote tasks at home. His prefrontal cortex needed him to think out loud.  Aha!
  • A doctor felt he was unorganized, tossing critical documents into piles. As it turned out, that was his system, but the piles needed regular maintenance and location specifics. Aha!
  • A lawyer had trouble managing email contacts. He felt unorganized. Jeff asked, “How do you send emails to a particular person?” He replied that he would search for the name in his inbox, cut and paste into a new email, and send it. When asked if it ever didn’t work, he said no. Jeff said, “So it works!” He agreed it wasn’t efficient but it was flawless. Aha!
  • An entrepreneur wanted help to increase her productivity.  When asked to describe her productivity concerns, she discovered that she really meant “being noticed”—very different from expected. Aha!
  • I asked one client, seeking help with time management, what she thought might be a good solution to getting her work done more effectively. She wanted to explore the use of a timer. Once, she had dedicated 30 minutes to working exclusively and intently on finishing a project. This solution worked very well… for a couple of weeks. When I asked what we should do next, she insisted on getting another timer, which again worked for about two weeks. What was going on? Since many folks with ADHD get bored quickly, we realized her solution was to rotate different timers at different times.  The novelty of each one kept her engaged enough to pay attention to it for a while.  We even did a video on it on Attention Talk Video.  Watch the video below as she shows her collection of timers and listen to her story: