ADHD and Transformation Coach
Neil Swanson, PCC, CACP, MA
WHAT MAKES MY ADHD COACHING SO EFFECTIVE?
I have come to see that my ADHD clients are so much more than their ADHD. They often initially reach out because they are having trouble at work, at home, or in other areas of their lives, and they think “their” ADHD is the problem. People with whom they work or live may have urged them to “get help” in order to save their jobs or their relationships. Each client is unique, but the general sense is, “I’m broken. Please fix me!”
I have ADHD challenges myself, so I have firsthand experience with time blindness, poor short- and long-term memory, disorganization, and many more ADHD-related traits. But I have also learned that neither I nor my clients are defined by those traits.
Those of us with ADHD need to become aware of our essential wholeness and how to use that wholeness in dealing with our ADHD challenges. I see my mission as helping myself and others grow into fuller awareness of our deep wholeness and goodness. As we grow, we find ourselves functioning more smoothly in our work, and relationships.
Each of us has access to a deep well of inner resources if we only know how to tap into it. I am finding that a combination of four elements often opens the door to those resources. The four elements are . . . (Read more)
WELCOME TO FREE TO BE COACHING
Combining the practices of:
1. ADHD Coaching
2. Positive Intelligence (PQ)
3. Spiritual Awareness
I can support you on your journey of transformation.
Click here to schedule your Free, No Obligation Exploratory Conversation.
A client recently wrote:
“I am experiencing real growth in areas of life that have plagued me for years. ADHD has always been my most frequent source of frustration, discouragement, sense of failure, and fatigue. These coaching sessions have made me feel seen and understood, empowered for change, and have grown my overall sense of well-being and hope.”
MG, College Professor, Indiana
From a recent client:
This has been the best experience that I have had at any time in my life.
Neil has been a driving force in the calming of my emotions
that has led my business to a higher level.
BY, Financial Advisor, Maryland
From a grateful client:
“My wife has noticed a huge shift in the way I now often respond instead of react. I am definitely often bringing a better me to the table when it comes to my relationship with my wife and look forward to continuing to grow in this respect. [She] can’t get over the changes.”
DE, Government Contractor, Virginia
Thank you for visiting Free To Be Coaching!
You’ve come to the right place
if you have ADHD-type challenges
that are causing problems in your life and relationships.
I’d like to briefly introduce myself here and invite you to get to know me further through the Coach Neil page on my website and by scheduling a FREE Exploratory Conversation so we can actually meet on Zoom or by phone.
I grew up in Wisconsin and went to school in the Mid-West and New York City. Then, like many folks with ADHD, I moved through a series of careers. I was a pastor, private tutor, employment consultant, and owner/manager of a remodeling company and a building consulting company.
My family includes my wife of many decades, two adult children and their partners, and four grandchildren. One of my great joys is spending time with all of them!
After I was diagnosed with ADHD (late in life), I found a therapist and coaches who helped me enormously. As a result, I wanted to do the same for others and went back to school for coach training.
Now I am an experienced ADHD coach, holding a PCC credential from the International Coaching Federation and a CACP credential from the Professional Association for ADHD Coaches. My years of personal experience with ADHD challenges while managing my businesses and personal relationships have been good preparation for assisting my clients with the issues they bring to coaching.
Please click the button below and schedule a time for us to meet! There is no time like the present.