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College Students

Sometimes the hardest part of the journey is believing you're worth the trip.

-G. Beck

Coaching College Students

  • Have you struggled to focus in certain academic environments, but now, with so many distractions, staying on track seems nearly impossible?

 

  • Waking up early and attending class becomes a daunting task, and despite your intentions to study, you continuously procrastinate until you're left pulling an all-nighter to complete a project.

 

  • Despite your intelligence, you can't shake the guilt and shame of knowing that you could have performed better had you taken the time to complete your work properly, rather than waiting until the last minute.

  • When you do manage to sit down and focus, you find yourself easily distracted and unable to concentrate.

 

  • Reading and studying take longer than necessary, and you quickly become restless, feeling as though your efforts are not yielding results.

 

  • Other activities seem far more enticing, and you end up putting off your work to socialize with friends.

  • It's not that you don't care or lack ambition, but rather that you haven't yet learned how to channel your strengths effectively and compensate for your weaknesses.

 

  • You know that you are capable of paying attention, as you've demonstrated in some situations, but you haven't quite figured out how to do so consistently.

 

  • What if you could leverage your natural abilities and direct them towards what's truly important, while still enjoying your life and achieving success?

 

  • Would it not be worthwhile to discuss this with a professional coach who can guide you towards a more productive and fulfilling path?

 

  • It's important to remember that there is nothing wrong with you; you simply have a unique way of processing information, and with the right tools and guidance, you can learn to harness your potential and achieve your goals.

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ADHD & Executive Function

Challenges College Students Encounter

Working

Memory

Sleep Problems

Emotional

Regulation

Self-Awareness

Executive

Function

Disorder

Inhibition

Concentration

Communication

Skills

Planning

Social Anxiety

Low

Self-Esteem

Self-Monitoring

and

Self Control

Maintaining Relationships and Friendships

Lack of

Motivation

Difficulty

Following and

Maintaining

Conversations

Attention

Problem

Solving

Brilliance but

Unable to

Complete Tasks

Trouble Recalling

Commonly

Used Words

Anxiety

Organization

Time

Management

Stress

Depression

Forgetting to Eat, Sleep, and go to the Bathroom

If you are dealing with any of  these challenges why not set up a free consultation and find out how I can help.

It's your road and yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you.

-Remi

ADHD with Neurodiverse Brain

As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world...

As in being able to remake ourselves.

-Mahatma Gandi

Aren't you worth it?

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