I invite you to join me in a small, group coaching program. In 6 weeks you will learn to utilize the practices of mindfulness and meditation to overcome the challenges of ADHD.
Unlike many of the typical strategies for coping with ADHD, mindfulness takes us out of “auto-pilot.” It increases self-awareness and in-the-moment presence while improving focus and attention. Studies show that when used regularly, a mindfulness practice can help reduce symptoms of ADHD. By learning to use this practice, you will gain new ways to overcome:
- the inability to sustain focus,
- a lack of organization,
- and rumination, causing stress and anxiety.
As Dr. Lidia Zylowska, author of The Mindfulness Prescription for Adult ADHD explains it, “To be honest, at first I thought mindfulness would be used predominately to help manage high stress frequently seen in lives of adults with ADHD. But, it became clearer to me later that this approach can also be helpful in ADHD on many other levels. It can help with self-awareness and ADHD symptoms management (attention and emotion regulation). And, foster a more accepting and positive relationship one has with himself/herself and others—and that’s much needed in ADHD.”
Are you ready to take control and get out of auto-pilot?
Employing mindfulness and meditation are your tools to overcome reactivity and create more calm in your life! In just 6 weeks, as a member of my small, group coaching program, you will:
- learn the many benefits of establishing a mindfulness practice,
- gain a collection of simple, easy, doable ways to implement mindfulness into your daily life,
- create mindfulness based strategies to overcome your own challenges,
- and get the support needed to follow through!
Both morning and evening sessions are available — in person or via live interactive webinar. But, space is limited because these groups are kept small!
For more information or to register for a spot in the upcoming 6-week program, email Jo or call 516. 236.6964.