Need a Coach with Something Extra?
Before training and becoming credentialed as coaches, the people in this directory worked as organizing and productivity consultants, working side-by-side with clients at their businesses or homes. A few of them worked as ADHD or neurodiversity educators or networkers. Their coach training was virtual and they now deliver all services virtually, although some still also work onsite.
However, it’s their on-site client experiences that give these coaches something extra. They have logged hundreds of hands-on hours with clients, addressing broken-down systems and the lack of systems. They’ve witnessed clients struggling in person with self-criticism, overwhelm, backlogged projects, clutter, and failed strategies. And they helped their clients reclaim their confidence, strategies and spaces — and made them work.
Coaches understand the challenges of change. Change happens for people when the need is undeniable, when a new perspective is embraced, and when choice and focus combine. It’s easy to underestimate the status quo-reinforcing impact of environments (things, systems, shifting mindsets, and other people). Our coaches are extraordinary because they have a deep understanding of their clients’ in-the-trenches factors and realities.
You may want a coach who can join you in your environment or meet you in person. The directory allows you to search for the professionals in your area. But, if you don’t need hands-on help, choose the coach who best fits your needs based on criteria other than location. We have learned much about working long-distance — and coaching is suited to take advantage of that convenience, efficiency and privacy.
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Asher Collins Coaching
- CAPC: Certified ADHD Productivity Coach (IAC)
- ADHD, Executive Functioning Challenges, Neurodiversity
- Coaching by Phone or Video Call
St. Louis, MO
I spent a good portion of my life believing that I was more lazy and less motivated than most people. I simply did not have a better reason to explain why I so often failed to do the things that mattered most to me and why I always seemed to let others down despite my best intentions.
My ADHD diagnosis in 2015 gave a name to my struggles. What it did not do was help me struggle less, despite my best efforts to implement ADHD friendly ways of doing things. Desperate to find a better way, I hired an ADHD coach.
The journey of self-discovery I embarked on with my coach is the foundation that my own life that fits is built upon. I learned how to work with my uniquely-wired brain. I discovered my strengths and learned how to leverage them. As positive changes multiplied I finally had hope that thriving with ADHD was possible.
Today I coach, speak, and podcast on creating and sustaining meaningful change with ADHD.