When is ADHD Coaching succesful?

For coaching to be successful, the client needs to be willing and committed to seek personal growth.

Coaching sets up a safe foundation for clients to embrace positive, empowering solutions. The coach helps clients pinpoint impetuses for motivation and inspiration bringing about awareness and action to reach rewarding completions of each goal. Coaching brings about a plethora of solutions and rewards for healing, coping, dealing, doing, living and being. Style which is most effective is strength-based using CBT, stress-reduction techniques, exercises to train the brain for new strategies, and much more. Strategies are again tailored to the individual by how he/she functions well.

What is the "CBT" Style of Coaching

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)refers to a type of mental health treatment that focuses on the thoughts and behaviors that occur in the “here and now. This approach differs from traditional forms of psychoanalytic or psychodynamic therapy, which involve recapturing and reprocessing the childhood experiences that may result in current emotional problems. A difference of CBT over these earlier therapies is that its goals and methods are stated clearly, and, therefore, can be measured for each individual.

Origins and Early Uses of CBT

CBT originated in a melding of cognitive therapy, developed in the 1960s by Aaron Beck and popularized by Albert Ellis, and behavior therapy, developed by B.F. Skinner, Joseph Volpe and others.

Is CBT for Adults?

BT is relevant for adults with ADHD in two ways. First, in recent years, CBT programs have been developed specifically for adults with ADHD. Some of these programs aim..

Does CBT need meds?

Stimulant and non-stimulant medication has been shown in numerous studies to be effective for treating ADHD in adults. Research thus far shows that CBT can provide benefit whether or not the person is being treated with medication.