The job market today can be intimidating for students with ADHD, In this interview, ADHD and career coach Michelle Raz discusses the career challenges often faced by individuals with ADHD,and shares a process they can use to find an authentic career that they can be passionate about.
Coaching young adults with executive-function challenges is about allowing the brain and the body’s nervous system to work together to for best results. There are several ways of looking at coaching. One is coaching for compliance and the other is coaching for growth. By helping those with ADHD find new ways to think in a positive framework, coaches can help improve brain function, reduce anxiety, increase executive function and certainly reduce stress.
You probably already know ADHD is a frustrating thing to live with. And the one thing you can always rely on with ADHD is that it is consistently inconsistent. That means there are days when everything goes great – and then there are the days when you can’t seem to get out of your own way. ADHD coaches work with people just like you, every day, to help them find solutions that work for their lives.