Helping Middle School, High School, and College Students Achieve Independence and Success in School and Life Through Individualized, Executive Function Coaching Since 2010
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Wondering How Your Student's Executive Function Struggles Impact Their Success? Take Our EFS Quiz!


It is normal for students to resist help from parents, but thrive with a coach!

  • Teenagers and young adults are biologically wired to start tuning out their parents.

  • Parents and students have an emotional connection. When we try to help as parents it often means arguments and students less willing to be honest.

  • Students want to be independent! Working outside of the parental relationship means students are more open to share their ideas and be accountable for choices.

An ACTION BASED APPROACH for Teens, College Students, and Adults!


"This is my fourth semester in college, and in two of them I have had to drop at least three classes. This semester I have all A’s and it is the first time I have actually felt in control of my academics, all due to the organization and support that Michelle has provided me."

Max - College Student, University of Colorado


"I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate the work you have done with Connor. It’s like he’s a completely different person now. After just a few months, not only is he better organized and engaged, he’s made a huge change in how he gets along with and communicates with his family. His semester grades were really good, he can find stuff now, and his car is fairly clean. I wish we had done this years ago, but the future is looking bright thanks to you and your team!"

James- Parent of College Student, Temple University


"My junior year has been the hardest time I have had to endure both emotionally and academically. I wouldn’t have been able to be organized enough to make the hard decisions I have had to make over the last few months without the help of my wonderful ADHD Coach. She has been a lifesaver.”

Mandy, High School Student, New York

Does Your Student....

  • Wait until the last minute to get started?
  • Consistently miss deadlines or not hand in work?
  • Struggling with high anxiety or perfectionism?
  • Disorganized or lacks a thought out approach?
  • Say things are finished, but they are not started?
  • Is resistant to help?

Are You Ready To....

  • Trust what your student tells you?
  • Have a conversation that does not end in an argument?
  • Stop trying to manage your day and theirs?
  • Give your own anxiety and hypervigilance a rest?
  • Take joy in their accomplishments?
  • Feel confident about your child’s future?

Summer Programs Open Now!

Delaying coaching means a missed opportunity in the critical development of the rest of your child’s life. Summer is the perfect time to start building a solid foundation - your student holds a universe of potential within them, and as parents, we have the power to unlock their future.


A Customized Approach Means We Find What Works for Your Student!


of college students passed all their classes after a semester of coaching, including Academic Probation students.


of high school students passed their classes after a semester of coaching.


of students report feeling more organized and independent within 2 months of starting the program.


of students report they are making progress towards their goals within 2 months of starting our program.

The American College Health Association's 2023 National Survey of Undergraduate Students Revealed that Approximately 76% Were Experiencing Moderate to Serious Psychological Distress - Coaching is an Opportunity to Change Your Student's Life!

Coaching Helps Students Tackle Challenges

That Negatively Affect Academic Performance and Mental Health When Left Unaddressed
Planning and Prioritizing

Overwhelm is the leading cause of shut down for students. Coaches help guide students through assessing workloads, breaking down tasks, and creating an action plan to get things completed while also having a plan for accountability.

Starting & Completing Tasks

Coaches work with students to create weekly action plans that include tasks and expectations broken down into manageable pieces. Having a plan makes getting started easier. Students will have clear steps for completion and coaches can hold them accountable to ensure follow-through.


Organization is a key component of combating the overwhelm so many of our students face. Coaches will work with a student to identify and implement organizational strategies that are right for them not only for their materials and physical space, but also their thoughts and steps!

Time Management

Managing time does not come naturally for many students. Coaches will work 1:1 with students to create awareness and strategies for procrastination, time blindness, and formulating time estimates and schedules.

Emotional Regulation

ADHD and Executive Function Challenges can make regulating emotions difficult. Coaches work individually with students to create strategies for managing overwhelm, anxiety, and self defeating thoughts.

Self Awareness

By developing better habits and self-management strategies, students improve their overall performance in school and in daily life. They develop skills to combat avoidance and improve their understanding of their unique challenges and strengths.

Take Our Quiz to Discover Where Your Student is Really Struggling! We will also email you strategies and tips based on your answers for your student!

Deep down, students do care about doing well, but something is getting in their way. If your student seems apathetic or unmotivated, it isn’t about not wanting to - it is about not knowing how.

We are experts in discovering and breaking down their barriers to be who they were meant to be!

Executive Function Skills Can Be Impacted By:


ADHD can impair executive functioning by weakening working memory, making it hard to follow instructions or complete tasks. It further complicates planning and prioritization, resulting in procrastination and difficulty organizing tasks.ADHD also undermines self-regulation and emotional control, leading to impulsive behavior and mood swings.


Anxiety can synergistically disrupt executive functioning by exacerbating difficulties in concentration and memory recall, heightening impulsivity and emotional dysregulation, and impairing the ability to plan, prioritize, and execute tasks efficiently due to overwhelming worry and inattention.


Depression can severely impair executive functioning by diminishing motivation and energy, complicating task initiation and completion, exacerbating difficulties in concentration and decision-making, and intensifying challenges in managing emotions and maintaining focus on goals.


Being Neurodivergent can lead to a unique set of executive functioning challenges, including diverse cognitive processing styles that may affect task execution and problem-solving, variability in focus and engagement levels, and distinct approaches to organizing and prioritizing tasks, all of which can be obstacles in managing daily activities and achieving goals

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....Talent without discipline is like an octopus on roller skates. There's plenty of movement, but you never know if it's going to be forward, backwards or sideways....ADHD coaching helps move your goals forward.

Every student can learn, just not on the same day, or the same way. -George Evans

ADHD Coaching for Executive Function Challenges

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