ADHD Coaching at Potomac Psychiatry
Do you have trouble with time management?
Are you a chronic procrastinator? Is your inattention to tasks and activities making it difficult for you to achieve your goals?
If any of these symptoms sound familiar, we are here to help. ADHD can be difficult to work through on your own. We offer ADHD coaching to improve these behaviors and more, to help you regain control of your life—and your destiny.
The benefits of ADHD coaching
- Reduce your distractions
- Improve your time management
- Enhance your social and communication skills
- Grow your support network
- Establish better boundaries
- Overcome and learn from your setbacks
How does ADHD coaching work?
We combine coaching and therapy to help our
ADHD patients sustainably shift their habits and achieve their goals.
• Manage your time better
• Organize yourself and your surroundings
• Prioritize the things most important to you
• Break down tasks into smaller chunks
• Plan for the short-and long-term
Talk therapy skill-building
• Gain self-awareness
• Increase self-esteem
• Improve your relationships
• Learn about emotional barriers
• Increase motivation
Living with ADHD
In the United States, an estimated 4.4 percent of adults ages 18-44, 4 percent of children ages 4-8, and 9.7 percent of children ages 9-17 experience symptoms of ADHD.
"Will They Fire Me?": ADHD in the Workplace
For the past two years, Jeremy had been struggling to complete complex projects at work and was frequently missing deadlines and milestones. He feared that he might lose his job.