ADHD Group Coaching Program
Looking at Your ADHD Differently
Got ADHD? Overwhelmed? Frustrated? Stressed out? Do you struggle with:
- Time management
- Managing money
- Casting Yourself in a Career
- Emotional regulation – Anger
- Distractibility – Impulsivity
- Motivation and boredom
- Getting started
- Life balance
- Being immobilized with negative thoughts
These are real problems, but there’s an even bigger one.
We can help make your life easier.
Get the Insight and Mindset to Resolve Self-Regulation Challenges.
- There is nothing more powerful than a change of mindset.
- How your mind is set up to think is the holy grail of problem-solving.
- We use attention exercises that put you in experiences to witness and understand ADHD in a very tangible way as a self-regulation issue with a working memory deficit. Ahas from your experience will enable you to find obvious solutions that can’t be explained based simply on how they appear.
- ADHD doesn’t look like a self-regulation issue, but with the right lens, it’s clear that it is.
Why This Program Is So Revolutionary
- We’ll set up your mind to problem-solve around the two single driving forces that impact ADHD behavior: self-regulation and working memory challenges. Who needs strategies when you can problem-solve for yourself?
- There’s no one-size-fits-all solution. You are as unique as a snowflake. This coaching program is about helping you problem-solve customized solutions that work specifically for you!
- We walk you through basic ADHD brain biology. Then, using our 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.
- We then help you use these insights to work with your individual ADHD brain to beat it at its own game.
- This new solution is in stark contrast to other programs that focus on behavior modification and fight against biology to beat your ADHD into submission.
This program includes two components: a workshop and group coaching.
The workshop portion of the program addresses the following and includes video and attention exercises:
- Self-regulation, including emotional self-regulation
- Working memory
- Procrastination and its roots
- The difference between the primitive automatic brain and the effortful executive functioning brain
- The difference between methodical and insightful thinking
- The impact of self-regulation and working memory challenges on the following:
- Time Management
- Learn to witness (basic observation skills) your natural patterns of attention in their natural habitat.
- Understand the existence of organic motivation, existing organizational processes, and compensatory strategies.
The coaching portion of the workshop focuses on coaching you to activate the following and includes:
- Coaching you to problem-solve.
- Learning how to pause and ponder before you proceed.
- Identifying your natural patterns of attention.
- Recognizing and replicating your individual processes and systems.
- Brainstorming how to manipulate the environment to make it easier for you to self-regulate.
- Down–regulating your emotions.
- Moving past procrastination, identifying your time management strategy, and managing organizational systems.
- Writing your own how-to user manual.
- Making sense of ADHD as a self-regulation and working memory challenge.
- Being able to better articulate your ADHD experience that can be shared and understood by those whose minds are open to it.
- Awakening an in-the-bones understanding of yourself and ADHD, giving you more confidence to advocate for yourself.
- Developing a clearer understanding of who you are, why you do what you do, and what works for you!
Why Group Coaching?
- It is a cost-effective alternative to one-on-one coaching.
- Learning is enhanced with others who experience the same ADHD plight.
- The experience with others in the ADHD tribe will accelerate your realization and help you let go of projecting judgement back on yourself when comparing your insight with everyone else’s outside.
- Group coaching is for those who want to supplement medication with real-life usable problem-solving strategies OR those who would like to eliminate medication altogether.
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About the Program
- Class size limited to eight participants.
- Weekly 90-minute group coaching calls for 12 weeks.
- Access to recorded calls in case you miss a call or just want to listen again.
- The program is ideal for those who cannot afford one-on-one ADHD coaching or who are skeptical about the ADHD coaching paradigm and want to sample it before they make a commitment.
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Coach – Facilitator
Jeff Copper, PCC, PCAC, MBA, credentialed coach, founder of Attention Talk Radio, Attention Talk Video, and Attention Talk News, entrepreneur, speaker and ADHD coach trainer, has been coaching for nine years. He has empowered his clients to overcome the invisible challenges of procrastination and create fulfilling and successful lives. To learn more about Jeff, visit www.digcoaching.com/meet-jeff-copper/.
Coaching Yourself to Solve ADHD Problems
If you have questions, contact us at 762-233-2343 or email email@example.com today.
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“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., MBA
“Jeff brings both street wisdom and academic insight to his unique process of observing and embracing attention challenges – then provides solutions that work on multiple levels in the real world, from relationships to project management.” ~ Dr. Charles Parker
“I’d been struggling with undiagnosed ADHD my entire life but was able to still have a successful career. Being diagnosed, however, helped explain the cause of my distress and procrastination. I read a lot of books, but Jeff’s group coaching was a much better experience for me by far. The books either highlighted difficulties I was having and could relate to but didn’t do much on dealing with the issue, or they offered a packaged solution that didn’t work for me. Jeff’s approach is based on a simple premise – there is no one “right way”; the right way for you is focusing on your ways of processing information, what things are working for you now, and how you build on those rather than feel bad that you’re not doing it the way others do. That requires the personal coaching that Jeff’s sessions provide, because the methods and tools that I took away from the course are different from the ones my classmates needed. I can accomplish tasks much easier now because I have learned what approach works for me to get started and to stay on task to completion. If you are struggling with ADHD, I would highly recommend this course.” ~ Joe Maglione, California, Group Coaching Participant
“What I really wanted to say to you that I have noticed so much this week because of what I took out of Monday’s session. I realized my anxiety is really about working memory, that schedules and routines help lessen the burden on my working memory, and that context and perspective as you explained it is what is holding me back when it comes to my blog/business aspirations. And as insightful and amazing as all that is, there is something that has had an immediate actionable impact on my day-to-day life that has shifted so much in just a few days. Thank you for helping me find permission for things to be hard. I didn’t fully understand that until this week, what hard could be. This week I realized hard can mean simply enjoying waking up and staying in my cozy bed. I thought I would magically one day get enough sleep and want to leave my bed and start my day. This week I see that I can like my bed AND use a little self-regulation to take that first step out of my comfortable bed and into the less comfortable world. With this new perspective, I have started the new morning routine that better supports me waking up; it has had a huge impact on my day and whole family.” ~ Nelly Brown, ADHD Group Coaching Participant.