20220210_160656
Location
USA
Contact
alicia@ADHDcoach.life
Alicia Kohls, M. Ed., PCAC,
About Alicia Alicia has had a lifelong journey with ADHD and understands firsthand the many challenges it brings. Because of this, she has become passionate about implementing different ways to support a neurodivergent brain, harness the beauty/gifts it brings, and has dedicated her life’s work to supporting others. She integrates effective holistic strategies and reflection to improve overall well-being and executive functioning skills. She combines her love of neuroscience, education, and movement, in her professional and personal life. Her favorite thing about coaching is empowering others to recognize their own unique ability to successfully achieve their goals. Alicia has vast experience with supporting children, educators, and parents with effective strategies to support children with ADHD and all that comes with it. She also has experience coaching adults with various aspects of their life, as well as helping them find ways to implement grounding and mindfulness in this busy world. She has over 10 years of combined experience working as an educator and a coach, specializing in working with children and people who are neurodivergent. Areas of Coaching Expertise: Alicia is a Professional Certified ADHD Coach (PCAC) from the Professional Association for ADHD Coaches, PAAC, who specializes in working with: – Children (ages 3-12) and their families who struggle with challenging behaviors, trauma, emotional regulation, focus, working memory, impulse control, organization, and self-control. – Difficulty learning in a “typical” environment or workspace – Educators – Young adults – College Students

Coaching Focus

Adult, Women, Children/Teens, Family, Learning Challenges, Organization, Time Management, Students, Creative Types

Languages

English

Coaching Method

Video Conference, Phone

Client Testimonial

“”I always look forward to our sessions. Very caring. I feel like since the beginning of our sessions I’ve seen a change in myself… it’s like watching me grow into a person that can now understand ADHD!””
– Abbie