Quantum Jump Academic & Life Coaching for ADHD
You won’t be standing where you were before.
an abrupt transition of an electron, atom, or molecule from one quantum state to another, with the absorption or emission of a quantum.
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a huge, often sudden, increase or change in something.
“the quantum jump in Jamie’s grades this semester is extremely encouraging”
ADHD affects each individual differently; your experiences are as unique as your thumbprint.
ADHD is not a character-flaw, laziness, or bad-behavior, but feelings of shame and unworthiness are common among individuals with ADHD.
Quantum Jump Coaching helps clients unpack feelings of frustration, being stuck or unworthy, so they can see themselves as they really are: capable, worthy, and whole. Once we begin the healing process, clients learn tools and steps to use their strengths and gifts to live intentionally and meaningfully.
What Can Coaching Do for People with ADHD & ADHD Symptoms?
ADHD Coaching is for Everyone: Parents, Students, Leaders… You!
A good coach can lead you to your goals by helping you develop:
Planning and management skills
Healthier self-esteem & relationships
Time management skills
A greater sense of self-efficacy
We help parents, kids, teens, young adults, business leaders, and entrepreneurs who struggle to cope with ADHD symptoms affecting their daily lives and relationships. These individuals seek greater happiness and fulfillment in life but haven’t found a way to make change on their own. We believe that when people feel seen and understood, they unlock their inner potential to solve problems and remove obstacles and discover how to use their unique gifts to achieve purpose.
With this in mind, we meet clients where they are and help them gain new levels of understanding, self-compassion, and perseverance in achieving goals big and small by using tools to make positive, long-lasting change.
No. We are able to work with individuals to bring awareness and change to behaviors and habits regardless of whether or not they have an official diagnosis. Some clients begin coaching before they seek a professional opinion while others discover the opportunity for coaching after a diagnosis.
We strongly recommend a 6 week period of meeting once a week with a coach, to start the coaching process. This recommendation is based on coaching data gathered over several years from different coaching sources.
Therapy is focused on understanding how past experiences influence current behaviors. Healing the past in order to regenerate possibilities for the future.
Coaching is future-focused. You can dip into the past, but it’s more about moving forward.
We as individuals are resourceful and full. We can remove our own obstacles when given the capability in the right setting.
You are in charge! Each person with ADHD has a unique set of strengths and weaknesses.
The coaching curriculum takes each of these into account.
The tool-set adapts to each person’s unique needs.