YOUTH COACHING

 
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A space for children, teenagers and young adults to explore their Neurodivergent qualities and develop practical strategies to support participation in social and educational environments. My practice is strengths based and solution focused in order to enhance positive experiences and create better outcomes in life

 Coaching will enable you to learn about who you are, discover hidden resources you already have and develop new strategies in order to function comfortably and successfully in the world you live in.​

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WHY FIT IN
When You Were Born To Stand Out

- Dr. Seuss

 

YOUTH
SUPPORT

Working with under 24's to enhance participation in school or college, develop social skills, behaviour management and emotional regulation while building self-esteem and discovering strengths.

PARENT 
SUPPORT

Working with parents of  ADHDers  providing you with space and support in your role with the aim of creating a better understanding of the challenges your child experiences and building strategies to support  them.

FAMILY
SUPPORT

Coming Soon!

Working with the family unit as a whole to build stronger relationships and deeper understanding while looking at common challenges and developing supportive strategies. 

HOW COACHING CAN HELP

Challenges to bring to Coaching:

  • Focus and Concentration.

  • Procrastination.

  • Distractibility.

  • Memory

  • Time Management.

  • Risk Taking.

  • Emotional regulation.

  • Social Interactions.

  • Sleep.

Outcomes to expect from Coaching:

  • Better understanding of self.

  • Increase confidence and self-esteem.

  • Discover hidden strengths.

  • Change self-perception and

  • strengthen identity. 

  • Develop organization skills.

  • Improve educational experiences.

 
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Claire has been an amazing support to my son at a very difficult time recently. The frustration and anxiety he is experiencing with his ADHD was explained to him in a way that he understood, so that he knows now what way his brain works particularly in stressful times.  It was like a light bulb moment!

—  SM, Parent, Dublin