Group Coaching Focus:
Do you want to do your own Understand, Own, Translate work in an atmosphere of lightness and support?
Do you want to better understand your own specific ADHD dilemmas and shed light on the next steps?
Imagine tapping into the wisdom, community, and support of an informed group of participants who understand your brain wiring and how to help you move your own agenda forward.
Imagine accessing a proven coaching model based on the latest advances in ADHD, coaching, and neuroscience. Shelly and Cam are thrilled to offer a series of group coaching courses to meet your specific needs and complement your own Understand, Own, Translate work. The classes naturally build from developing resilience and self care practices to taking the learning into your bigger spheres of influence with agency and purpose.
Upcoming Coaching Groups:
To inquire about joining a Translating ADHD coaching group, please fill out the application for the group you would like to join. Cam or Shelly will follow up when we start to form the group with next steps.
Agency begins Wednesday, January 19th @ 8:30pm Eastern. We will meet weekly for 8 weeks on Wednesdays from 8:30-10pm Eastern.
For an investment of $750, this 8 week coaching program includes:
- An industry-leading participant/coach ratio of 1:5, with Shelly and Cam as your coaches
- A proven coaching process that emphasizes a balance of action and learning
- A cutting edge ADHD model to better understand your unique ADHD experience
- A small group format that promotes individual attention and a wealth of collective wisdom
- Follow-up accountability sessions embedded in the 8 week program to solidify new habit development
Group Coaching Topics:
This course is designed to help you get more clear on how your ADHD impacts you and your work. Our Mt. Rainier model is central to the podcast and illustrates the cause and effect breakdown that can occur when we have ADHD in the mix. The looming obstacle is a barrier we call The Lunch Counter. Shelly and Cam explain in detail what it is and how it gets in the way and coach participants to gain perspective on either side of the Lunch Counter – the valley areas of effect below and the icy slopes of causation above. Participants leave the class with more resilience to face difficult valley moments, better awareness and ways to identify and access resources to better manage their ADHD.
Self care is a foundational practice that creates the time and energy to do the work of creating change with ADHD. In this course participants build a foundation of internal and external self care practices with amazing positive support from the community. We lay the groundwork for habit development and breakdown barriers that stand in the way to better daily practices.
Agency is having a sense of control and choice in your day. ADHD can make us feel beholden to some artificial timeline or a limiting practice that stifles creativity and individual expression. In this course we explore elements of agency like choice and advocacy and develop our Translating vocal chords – identifying and leveraging resources beyond us to create more agency in our day.
Whether you are a freelancer, a professional, or a business owner with ADHD, you are well acquainted with Project X. This is the project that is super relevant to you and your development as a professional and as a human. It is defining and revealing yet you gut and push and prod and pull and Project X will not budge. If you have ADHD it is likely that your are bumping up against some executive functioning challenge with regards to this initiative. In this course we will lay the foundation for you to make consistent effort on your own Project X.
Completion of two other group coaching courses is required prior to taking this course.
Purpose is so relevant yet also so challenging to identify for the ever dynamic attention system. Yet purpose gives us clarity and direction and for the ADHD person a robust boost to the all important element of context. This is our capstone offering where we bring all of the elements from the other classes together and focus on the bigger question of purpose.