Training, Support, and Accountability
College Coaching Groups
The college coaching groups are designed to be a smaller group that allows for a deeper dive in creating consistency and implementing the skills learned in the executive function class. The participants learn more refined skills in organizing, managing emotions and motivation and practicing effective communication.
The groups are very supportive by nature and many times the participants become good friends. In addition to the once a week coaching group there will be an additional opportunity for co-working sessions. The average participant stays in a group for three semesters, this allows enough time for the transition to college to be complete and the new skills to become lifetime habits.
"The insight Tina provides is invaluable. Her profound experience with students gives her an edge that I rarely see other ADHD professionals have."
"Tina's awesome at teaching by being organized, giving examples that are pertinent to the audience, and knowing her stuff! "
"Tina is an expert on coaching ADHD students and their parents to relieve the stress and overwhelm of school pressures."
"Tina's personality and experience created a calm, thoughtful and well-organized group oriented around the challenges of transition. Her discussion topics were sent out early enough to allow for thoughtful comments and shaped an atmosphere that encouraged appropriate vulnerability."
The accountability group is designed for a student who has mastered the principles of executive function coaching and is skilled at consistently being productive. This group is larger, less personal and less expensive than the group coaching sessions. They consist of a once a week session to review the previous week’s goals and to plan for the coming week. Optional sessions to the college coaching groups will also be available.