ADHD Coaching with Mary Austin at ADHD Oxfordshire is an opportunity for an adult with ADHD to work one-to-one, or in a group, with a coach who is very familiar with the challenges and benefits of having ADHD.
Single sessions, perhaps with a follow-up phone call, can be enough to clarify something you are concerned about and look at possible ways forward. This would be a focused discussion rather than direct coaching and is available to family members and friends as well as adults with ADHD.
A course of an agreed number of sessions gives ongoing support and a more in-depth understanding of ADHD friendly strategies. This coaching is a partnership between you and the coach, and will usually include:
- Clarifying your goals, your strengths and your difficulties.
- Identifying the steps towards those goals.
- Learning strategies to overcome difficulties.
- identifying stumbling blocks and solutions.
ADHD Oxfordshire's Coach for adults with ADHD is Mary Austin whose training includes:
- 'Understanding and Supporting Pupils and Students with ADHD'. Certificate of Professional Studies in Education, Leicester 2004
- ADHD Coach training by Dianne Zaccheo 2009 (supported by grants from Eli Lilly and Company Ltd and the Bartlett Taylor Charitable Trust, Witney).
- Psychoeducation, CBT and Coaching Interventions for Adolescents and Adults with ADHD. Training course at the Institute of Psychiatry, London 2014
- Advanced Coaching course. Oxford University Department of Continuing Education 2015
- Attendance at ADDISS and UKAAN conferences for updating and professional development.
- Coaching supervision provided by Christine Jarvis SRN, ADHD Specialist Coach, ADHD Solutions CIC, Leicester
To book an initial free appointment or to ask a question:
phone 01865 731378