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  • How much does ADHD coaching cost?
    The cost of ADHD coaching varies from one coach to the next. Most coaches have an hourly rate between $100-200. You can request my specific pricing here (insert support email). I also offer a free consultation which you can schedule here.
  • Is ADHD coaching covered by insurance?
    Unfortunately, ADHD coaching is not covered by insurance companies. However, you may be able to use your health savings account (HSA) or flexible spending account (FSA) to pay for coaching. You will have to check with your specific HSA/FSA to determine if they will allow you to use funds to cover ADHD coaching.
  • Is ADHD coaching effective?
    Yes, it can be. There are 2 studies that have shown ADHD coaching to be effective. You can read more about these studies here and here.
  • How long will the coaching process take to complete?
    My new clients are expected to commit to a minimum of 3 months of weekly meetings in the beginning. However, since I’ve started coaching, the clients that have been the most successful have committed to a minimum of 6 months of coaching. Some of them have continued to engage in this process because it’s something that has really helped them adapt to life as it changes.
  • What do Michael's certifications mean?
    Training by the International Coaching Federation means that I have met stringent education and experience requirements and follow a set of standards and code of ethics that have been set by this credentialing body. “Achieving credentials through ICF signifies a coach’s commitment to integrity, understanding and mastery of coaching skills, and dedication to clients.” (2022, International Coaching Federation)
  • What does coaching ask of an individual?
    First, ADHD coaching asks for clients to be open and honest with me as a coach as well as curious and open to change. Second, ADHD coaching does require some time dedicated to coaching. There is the time spent in the actual session. Zoom sessions are 45 minutes, plus client sessions are most effective with a few minutes (10-15 minutes) spent before and after the sessions to prepare and then reflect/recap. Then, there is the time spent in between sessions. I have found that those clients that spend some time actively learning about ADHD, as well as reflecting on sessions and applying what we have discussed, have the most success and improvement from coaching. This may mean spending 30-45 minutes a week reading books or listening to podcasts or audiobooks to learn more about ADHD itself. It’s also about taking what we talk about in sessions and spending some time reflecting, planning, meditating or practicing mindfulness, or making checklists - this could be 10 minutes at a time and it’s going to vary based on the individual. But, one thing I have learned is that this is not a passive process, and if you want to see real change - clients have to be active participants in the coaching process.
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