Procrastination to Productivity!
6 Essential Executive Function Skills to Start, Do & Finish Tasks with ADHD
Fridays at 5 pm to 6 pm PT
March 12, 19, 26, April 9, 16 & 23
Live online sessions via Zoom
(Discounts available for current and past clients. Please contact us directly for your code )
This course is for you if
You are an adult with ADHD
You deal with procrastination issues that keep you from being or feeling productive
You want to be able to get started on tasks sooner and with less effort
You want to know helpful ways to get unstuck when you have difficulty starting on a task
You simply want to get things done without the "procrastination pain"
Because this webinar course
Covers the unique ACT NOW six step approach to prevent and overcome procrastination
Incorporates strategies specific to the ADHD brain rather than the Non-ADHD brain
Addresses both the mindset shifts and practical strategies needed to take effective action
Is a 6 week course to allow you time to experiment with strategies and implement changes
Live presentations by an experienced Master Certified ADHD Coach
Recordings of live sessions available after each session
Extra time built in for Q&A and discussions
Real life examples and relatable analogies
Handouts, worksheets and models
...Vidya played a key role in helping me uncover these tools and systems, broadening my understanding of the traps ADHD individuals typically fall, providing insights on how ADHD brains are wired differently...
Vidya integrates a lot of experience and knowledge from her qualifications as a Speech Therapist, and this was very useful for some of my ADD-related struggles, but I also think her grasp of Executive Function is extremely valuable to anyone working in the modern world.
I can’t say enough about Vidya’s knowledge of ADHD or her consultative approach to guiding her clients. My ADHD was diagnosed later in life (Late 40’s) and I was eager to learn more about ADHD plus any tools that I can leverage to help me be more impactful in life. Vidya took time to educate me on the ADHD nervous system and then worked with me to address areas of my life to improve. In a short time, my wife and I saw improvements in my ability to self-regulate in the areas of focus.
- Tim Barry
Why this? Why Now?
"Procrastination in ADHD is the thief of time, choice and intention. Honoring and working with our brain wiring to get a handle on procrastination can be one of the most empowering experiences we have. It allows us to trust ourselves and believe we can do anything we set our minds to.”
-- Vidya Guhan, Calm Seas Coaching