ADHD Coaching with Dylan Alter 

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Begin The Adventure of Neurodivergent Self-Discovery

ALTERNATIVE ADHD

What Is ADHD Coaching?

Solution Focused Support: Executive Functioning, Psychoeducation, Neuroscience, Self-Determination, Empowerment, Implementation Science, Cognitive Behavioral Practice, Emotional Intelligence, Interpersonal Skills, Self-Efficacy, Social Learning,Custom System & Strategy Development

What do you want more of in your life?
What do you want less of?

The word "Coach" can bring up unpleasant memories from high-school gym class. But the word comes from "Carriage," and the first use of coach defined the job as:

"Someone who helps get you where you want to go." 

 

 I offer a variety of coaching resources to help you move past the obstacles in your life. I will help you identify your personal values, strengths, and abilities in support of your personal and professional goals. Contact me to see how I can help you develop different perspectives and achieve the outcomes you’re striving for.

ADHD can be frustrating and discouraging.

We work impossibly hard to function, with the wrong instruction manual for life, like fish trying to climb trees. Infinite planners, calendars, trying each new "perfect morning routine", "new cleaning hack" and app promising an organized life yield little to no improvement, and it's exhausting. Each time we feel a glimmer of hope that this one will be "the one" and each time we blame ourselves for abandoning it. The isolation of ADHD, often having only our own experience to compare things to, means we can't always distinguish the wrong tools from the right ones.

We're exceptional at triage, but progress to improve our daily life remains illusive. 

ADHD'ers are neurologically, and experientially adaptable, creative and resilient. Considering all of the challenges, ADHD'ers have a lot to be proud of. Despite all of our obstacles, given the right support there isn't much we can't do. The ADHD mind has omnipotential, if we can become engaged, we can do anything. We merely have to learn how our unique brain actually works.

That is where coaching begins. 

Wondering why the text changes colors? It's an accommodation for ADHD & Dyslexia. Does it help? Let me know! 

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ADHD can be frustrating and discouraging.

We work impossibly hard to function, with the wrong instruction manual for life, like fish trying to climb trees. Infinite planners, calendars, trying each new "perfect morning routine", "new cleaning hack" and app promising an organized life yield little to no improvement, and it's exhausting. Each time we feel a glimmer of hope that this one will be "the one" and each time we blame ourselves for abandoning it. The isolation of ADHD, often having only our own experience to compare things to, means we can't always distinguish the wrong tools from the right ones.

We're exceptional at triage, but progress to improve our daily life remains illusive. 

ADHD'ers are neurologically, and experientially adaptable, creative and resilient. Considering all of the challenges, ADHD'ers have a lot to be proud of. Despite all of our obstacles, given the right support there isn't much we can't do. The ADHD mind has omnipotential, if we can become engaged, we can do anything. We merely have to learn how our unique brain actually works.

That is where coaching begins. 

 
 

About me: 

Dylan Marie Alter (they) is a nonbinary ADHD coach, attorney, teacher, and consultant of Jewish and Choctaw descent. Dylan offers one on one ADHD coaching, group ADHD coaching, ADHD Ally coaching for friends, family & partners, as well as educational workshops and courses. 

Dylan also facilitates and teaches restorative justice practices as a nontoxic harm-reduction strategy for community conflict and growth. In proud ADHD form, they've been an attorney, a professional chef, a college professor, and a farmer, in addition to many other vibrant life experiences. For more than two decades, they've led groups through discussions, workshops, and panels on gender and sexuality, including The Stonewall Reconciliation Project, Queer Table Talks and The Masculinity Toolbox. A common thread of their interest is in unearthing the ways in which laws and society, rather than our authentic nature, have narrowly defined many of our identities, and how queer theory & intersectionality can untangle those confusions.

 

A longtime student of Neuroscience, Psychology, Sociology, Queer Theory, and Anthropology (yes they're a huge nerd) they have studied ADHD in depth from a Pro-Neurodiversity perspective since 2019.  Noticing the ADHD Support Community's neglectful exclusion of  anyone who isn't the classic ADHD Poster Child, they decided to develop ADHD Support for everyone else,  tailored for our unique alternative selves. They work  with ADHD Adults at Queer ADHD (queeradhd.com) and graduated from ADDCA, the premiere ADHD Coach Training Academy in 2022. 

 

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