Have you ever wondered why you get overwhelmed so quickly?
Or you feel like you're drowning from all the things you need to do and you can't come up for air even if you like to?
As adults we get so busy with work, parenting, relationships, and adulting in general, we often neglect the parts of ourselves that keep us stuck.
Many adults struggle with executive functioning skills, like flexibility, task initiation, memory, time management, organization, problem solving, and emotional regulation. We often see ADHD and executive functioning challenges as a "kid thing" when these challenges don't actually go away when you become an official adult.
Here's a quick scenario:
You are busy washing the dishes when your child comes up and asks you to help her with her homework. So you leave the dishes to sit down with her while she does her homework. On the way back to the kitchen, you saw some toys left on the floor so you pick them up and place them in the toy bin. Then you remembered to add some items to your shopping list. Crap! You totally forgot about the dishes waiting in the sink.
What are you trying to do about it?
Sometimes, we're too focused on helping our children learn about time management, self-control, decision-making, flexibility, planning, and so much more, we don't realize that we don't have the skills either.
So if you think about it...
How can we teach them these skills when we haven't mastered the skills?
What You'll Get From This Course?
- Learn about the different executive functioning skills
- Understand the differences between ADHD and other diagnoses or challenges
- Clarify the importance of these executive functioning skills in everyday life as an adult
- Recognize why it matters for your personal, professional, and family life
- Gain tips and detailed strategies to build up your executive functioning skills
- Know what to do when you're feeling overwhelmed
- Gather more resources to help you take the next step
- Two-part course delivered in a way that's easy to digest and take action
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long do I have access to the course?
Forever! Once you've enrolled and paid, you'll have access to the course material for as long as you need. So devour it all in one weekend or take things slow. It's your choice!
I've watched the course and need more help. What do I do now?
You can follow up on the multiple sources I listed in the course or you can follow up with me for one-on-one coaching. I can help you develop life goals or further develop and strengthen your executive functioning skills. Email me at email@example.com
I realized my child probably has ADHD or some executive functioning issues. What now?
You can sign up for my course...ADHD & Me: Tips on Parenting. It's right here on this platform. It was recorded live, so there are real parent questions and I answer all of them.
I need help. I'm having a hard time balancing parenting and behavior challenges.
I still have a question, how can I contact you?
I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'm having trouble signing up for the course. I already bought one of your courses before. Help!
Please try to login to your Coursecraft account before signing up for this course so you can just add this to your course list.