Executive Function Coaching Overview

Executive function coaching teaches our young adults and students how to organize, plan, prioritize, manage time, maintain focus, self-assess, and study efficiently. Learning to be in control of your own skills and resilience are essential for school and adult life.

Who We Help

As Executive Function Coaches, we have helped many students and young adults gain a sense of self-esteem and awareness of specific strategies and techniques to help them succeed in their high school, college, and graduate academic programs. We even help students who haven’t yet chosen to go to a post-high school program.

How We Help

We create a caring relationship with our clients via face-to-face zoom calls.

We know what it takes for our clients to achieve measurable successes to help them build the necessary confidence and motivation to achieve their objectives.

Using creative methods, we determine each of our clients’ specific needs and customize an individualized program to help our client realize their personal best.

When working with OrganizeU4Life it is common that clients walk away with strong life skills since we encourage clients to recognize their strengths and build on these to identify their purpose, goals, mindset, and more. 

With great pride we have been able to match our clients with appropriate institutions of post-high school education, as well as help our clients identify careers that fit their personalities and skills.

Our clients create a personal journal with chapters on lessons they have learned (we email them the lessons to add to their journal) so that they have a personal resource book to refer to well after we have completed our task in helping them succeed.

Typically, clients work with a coach for anywhere from 8-18 months so that new habits are implemented for permanent change.

What is Executive Dysfunction?

Executive Function skills enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, get started on work, and reduce procrastination. When an individual struggles with these tasks in everyday life, they’re experiencing Executive Function Disorder a/k/a Executive Dysfunction. 

Many people with ADHD struggle with Executive Dysfunction, which weakens and reduces the ability to achieve goals. However, you don’t need to have a diagnosis of ADHD to struggle with Executive Dysfunction. Too often our clients come to us with inferior grades, low self-esteem, anxiety, and more.

With the proper guidance and education, a person can be taught the skill sets needed to overcome the frustrating problems associated with executive function disorder.  However, it takes a commitment on the part of our client as there is no magic bullet to change habits.  We are trained in the mind sciences, and we know that it takes repetition and challenge to change poor habits into productive habits.

Use Your Summer Months to Prepare for School and Life

Summertime is a perfect time to take advantage of learning new skill sets. Without the stress of the school year, use the summer to learn new strategies to help you have a successful academic year.

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