Neil Swanson, PCC, MDiv, CACP – Life, Leadership, and ADHD Coaching
I work with adults who have long-standing difficulties
prioritizing and completing tasks.
I help them learn how to choose a course,
commit to that course,
and stay on course,
so they feel satisfied and fulfilled
at the end of each day.
Some of my most grateful clients
have also chosen to use my open-minded spirituality
to assist them in their search for universal truths
that resonate with their lives.
The testimonial excerpts below demonstrate
how transformative my coaching has been for many.
A client recently wrote:
“These coaching sessions have made me feel seen and understood, empowered for change, and have grown my overall sense of well-being and hope.”
A few testimonial excerpts:
(Read full testimonials here.)
Little did I know that utilizing Neil as a “Life Coach” would affect every area of my life, deeply to the core of my being. . . . The value of the work we have done together cannot be overstated. K.D., Teacher, Virginia
With Neil’s coaching, I am learning to better see and celebrate the small and large victories in my life, which has shifted my perspectives, outlook, and mood toward my ADHD and toward myself. M.G., College Professor, Indiana
Neil has once again helped me find some optimism and chip away at my challenges. Ultimately I have to do it myself, but Neil’s thoughtful guidance and caring are helping me make the way. K.B., Attorney, New Mexico
Neil was always able to provide me with the right “tools” to address my ADHD issues. I always felt that I had something useful to take away after each session. T.K., Engineer, Virginia
(Neil) has a way of cutting through the “stuff” I talk about to the essence of what’s important. C.F., Nurse, Pennsylvania
The impact and understanding of my life that I have gained from working with Neil has been invaluable. D.L., Life Coach, Oregon
Having Neil by my side allowed me to have a greater perspective that grew and grew as we worked together. S.W., Office Manager, Connecticut
Are some of these challenges getting in your way?
• getting started
• goal setting
• time management
My coaching can free you to be
the remarkable person you are uniquely meant to be!
I am an experienced Life, Business, and ADHD coach, with a PCC credential from the International Coaching Federation and a CACP credential from the Professional Association for ADHD Coaches. I live in Warrenton, Virginia, but I meet with all of my clients virtually, so wherever you live, I can try to find a way to work with you.
I am grateful for the powerful coaching that played a major role in addressing my own challenges, including ADHD. My mission for the past ten years has been to offer that same quality of coaching to others who are seeking to overcome their challenges and increase their productivity. You can read more about my personal journey on the “Coach Neil“ page.
If you feel your life could be richer and fuller, I invite you to explore how coaching with me can support you in moving toward your goals. A FREE Exploratory Conversation will give you an opportunity to inquire about me and my coaching process and to share with me the challenges that are prompting you to consider coaching. I look forward to talking with you.
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