Tag Archives: Child Teen Coaching

Child/Teen Coaching: Time Management – Part 1

Time management can be a big challenge for kids and teens with ADD/ADHD. And parents often feel that they are paying the price. You work hard to support your child with his/her time management, but it seems that he/she won’t take responsibility for it, and they fight you over it as well. To help you […]

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Child/Teen Coaching: ADHD & Bullying: Understanding, Strategies and Solutions

Many children and teens with ADD/ADHD are the victims of bullies. Schools try, but may be ineffective to help kids to handle these situations. As a parent, you may struggle to understand what’s going on with your child when bullying is an issue. You may not know what to do… Join us this month for […]

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Child/Teen Coaching: Back on Track with ADHD

Do you find that when your schedule changes at all (from holidays, long weekends, etc.), that your child gets ‘off track’? And then it’s very hard for you to get your child back on track? Join us this month for tips and techniques to help you to get your child right back on track, whenever […]

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Child/Teen Coaching: On Time with ADHD: Improving Punctuality

When your child or teen has ADHD, you may find that they’re always late. And then you end up late as well. This is such a common concern, that we decided to do a session on it. To help you to get your child to be on time, Lynne Edris, our expert coach from CoachingADDvantages.com […]

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Child/Teen Coaching: ADHD Stress

When your child or teen has ADD/ADHD, this causes a lot of unique stress in your family. This stress affects your ADHD child, and it also affects each member of your family. To help you with these issues, Lynne Edris, our expert coach from CoachingADDvantages.com is going to lead this training, called:  ”Stress and the ADD Family.” […]

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Child/Teen Coaching: ADD Doesn’t Take a Summer Vacation?

Summer time provides unique opportunities and unique challenges for kids and teens with ADD/ADHD. Many families choose to stop medication during the summer. They also aim to improve things for their son or daughter – hoping to work on social skills and family relationships. There are also risks in the summer – risks of impulsive, […]

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