YOU ARE MUCH MORE THAN YOUR ADHD!
We can help you learn to work with your ADHD,
make use of your many strengths, put your creativity
into action, and move toward your goals.
COACHING CAN OPEN THE DOOR TO A LIFE OF SATISFACTION AND JOY
What’s getting in your way?
• inability to get started?
• lack of focus?
• difficulty setting a goal?
• limiting beliefs?
• trouble prioritizing?
• lack of social skills?
• time blindness?
These are some of the many challenges we can support you in overcoming,
freeing you to become all you can be!
We are Neil and Linda Swanson, experienced coaches credentialed by the International Coach Federation and the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches. We are partners in Free To Be Coaching, where we each work individually with clients who have ADHD or similar challenges in their lives.
We have experienced in our own lives how personal challenges can be addressed effectively through powerful coaching. Our focus now is on helping others overcome their challenges. You can read more about our personal journeys on the About Neil and About Linda pages.
If you know your life could be richer and fuller, we invite you to explore with one of us how coaching can support you in moving toward your goals. During your FREE Introductory Conversation, you will have an opportunity to share the challenges that prompt you to consider coaching and to inquire about us or about our coaching process. We’d love to arrange a time to talk!
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