PWR’s mission is to help children and parents struggling with the strengths and challenges of ADHD, implement practical and proven strategies that work with their child’s ADHD and set’s them up for success.
PWR’s vision is to help young people and their families redefine what it means to have ADHD; by breaking down artificial barriers, employing fearless advocacy, shattering stigma, and harnessing one’s untapped abilities. My goal is to inspire children with ADHD to realize their awesomeness and fulfill their potential.
The PWR Philosophy of Change
At the heart of my approach is the philosophy that every person with ADHD has extraordinary potential. I help my coaching clients reframe ADHD as a highly positive attribute, and its challenges as learning opportunities. (The prevailing attitude isn’t “How can I overcome this horrible problem?” but “What is this experience trying to teach me about myself?”)
If you are looking for a quick fix or cure-all solution, then let me be clear—my approach won’t work for you (or your children). It takes dedication and a certain degree of motivation, drive and fortitude to achieve lasting results. That’s not to say that immediate positive changes can’t occur—they can, and they regularly do! However, I feel it would be wrong to make guarantees and set people up for unrealistic expectations.
When all is said and done, working with me (or any reputable coach)—applying your new skills, practicing your new routines, and learning to tackle difficulties with confidence—can profoundly change your life for the better. When approached with diligence and enthusiasm, change is inevitable. Like everything, you get out of it what you are willing to put into it. Invest in yourself, believe that you are valuable and beautiful just the way you are, and you will unleash powerful creative forces and emanate transformative energy into the world.
The PWR Difference
How I Help
I help children and their parents, as well as adults, work with ADHD instead of struggling against it. I deeply understand how challenging ADHD can be, but I also know—and model—that it doesn’t have to get in the way of future or present success. My philosophy is rooted in the belief that ADHD is not a “deficit” or “disorder,” but simply a “difference.” As with any difference, it has its positives and negatives. I help people work with the negatives, but I also keep a relentless focus on the positive because I know that ADHD brings with it some incredible abilities and capacities. And when people with ADHD learn to appreciate these abilities and harness these capacities, they can divert their creative energy into productive, life-affirming pursuits that lead to great success and happiness.
My coaching program helps people of all ages learn to appreciate their unique abilities, identify challenges, and develop productive ways of living with ADHD. Just like the countless successful entrepreneurs, professionals, actors, musicians, artists, CEOs, and others who not only survive but thrive with ADHD, life can be rich and fulfilling for you, too.