ADD and ADHD Coaches
ADD, which stands for Attention Deficit Disorder, and ADHD, which stands for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, are neurodevelopmental disorders that primarily affect attention, focus, and impulse control in young adults.
ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder): This term was previously used to describe individuals who struggled with inattention, distractibility, and difficulty staying focused on tasks. However, in recent years, the term has evolved, and the clinical diagnosis is now typically referred to as ADHD, which encompasses two main subtypes: Predominantly Inattentive Presentation and Combined Presentation (inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity).
ADHD (Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder): ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by persistent patterns of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that significantly impair a person's functioning or development. Young adults with ADHD may find it challenging to concentrate, complete tasks, follow instructions, and manage their impulses.
An "ADD and ADHD Coach" is a trained professional who specializes in helping individuals with ADD or ADHD develop strategies and skills to manage their symptoms effectively. These coaches work with young adults to improve their time management, organization, planning, and coping skills. They provide guidance and support to help individuals with ADD or ADHD navigate challenges related to education, work, and daily life. The goal is to empower these young adults to reach their full potential and lead successful, fulfilling lives.
Coaching for ADD and ADHD can include techniques such as setting goals, breaking tasks into manageable steps, improving time management, enhancing organizational skills, and providing emotional support to help individuals overcome the unique challenges associated with these conditions. The coach's role is to understand the individual's specific needs and work collaboratively to develop strategies that promote personal growth and success.
Counseling in Alaska for Parents and At-risk Young Adults
Soulegria is the favored choice for parents from Alaska, who are investigating a superior individualized, client-centered transitional program and Education and Vocational Training Facility to deliver assistance to their troubled child wrestling with chemical dependency, learning disorders, or failure to launch. Here at Soulegria, parents and families from Alaska can expect the best results from our compassionate and licensed therapists. Our research-validated approach to community service activities and adventure therapy (recreation & outdoor activities) makes our work successful and rewarding. Soulegria’s serene and distraction-free setting helps even the most treatment-resistant young adult men/women find their way toward healing and recovery.
The treatment facility at Soulegria is in a natural setting, providing a serene environment free of distractions. The lifework here at Soulegria is to serve, assist, and coach our struggling clients through an incredibly difficult time. Soulegria is here to help parents and struggling young adult men/women to know that there is hope, and that you are not alone. The vision here at Soulegria is to facilitate recovery and peace; all while healing the emotional and mental health of young adult men/women from Alaska. We strive to see your struggling child make a triumphant and full transition into an independent adult, living a life of happiness and dignity.
Our lifework is to see your struggling child make a successful transition into adulthood, while living independently as a dignified young adult. Don’t hesitate to contact Soulegria’s admissions specialists for more information regarding our program that focuses on therapeutic intervention (Individual, group, & experiential therapy) and community service activities. For testimonials from current and past Soulegria families, reach out to our team; Call one of our expert admissions specialists at (855) 768-5808, and discover how we can offer top-notch assistance to your troubled child today!