What Is ADHD Coaching?
Hello, I’m Faigy Liebermann and I am a ADHD success coach working with professional mums who have children with ADHD, who want more focus and inner peace, working on systems to work smarter, not harder and have a more balanced work and home integration.
What is ADHD coaching?
ADHD coaching is a process of using coaching techniques to help people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
What makes a good ADHD coach?
Make sure they have a specific ADHD coaching qualification, because there is a lot of overlap between life coaching, personal development and ADHD coaching.
If they don’t have any specific qualifications, then you really need to be careful about hiring them.
The best thing to do is look for someone who has been trained in an accredited course specifically for ADHD coaching.
What should I look for in an ADHD Coach?
Experience. If you have a spouse or family member with ADHD and you don’t have it yourself, I think that’s not enough. You have to be in the trenches with someone who has ADHD to really understand it.
Does the coach do anything for the community or the National communal good, for those with ADHD.
What are your fees?
I charge different fees depending on the circumstances.
My coaching fees are usually higher than the average ADHD coach’s because of my experience and expertise in this field.
If you’d like to know more about my rates, please get in touch and we can discuss your needs further.
How many sessions do you usually recommend for ADHD coaching?
You can’t change your life in a day. It takes time to learn about your ADHD, work with an ADHD coach, and put the new strategies into daily practice.
Most clients work with an ADHD coach for nine to 18 months before they feel like they’ve really mastered their new habits and behaviours.
Hi. I’m Faigy Liebermann. I’m delighted that you found my website. I’ll just tell you a bit about my journey, because I think my journey is quite similar to your journey.
I have ADHD, and I have five children also have ADHD. So you can imagine I’ve had my fair share of struggles. There have been many, many years of my life when I feel it was dark. And I asked God, where’s the light? There’s no light. Why did you put me in this place?
There’s always that voice inside me and it’s said, Faigy, just hang on and there’ll be lights soon, just wait a bit longer, just push through. Plod on put one foot in front of the other. Just do what you have to do. And you’ll see this darkness is going to turn into Light and that’s what’s happened.
I have the same challenges internally, externally. However, now there is mostly light and I am lucky. I am very privileged that I can shine my light like a lantern for for other women just like you