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Coaching Clients

 

Parent Package- $600

 

Four sessions (1 meeting/wkly) with parents of all ages of students or non-students addressing a specific executive function. We can determine what EF skill should be addressed for the most impact and create weekly plans for parents to implement. 

 

High School Seniors

Parents and the student should initiate contact for coaching. It is crucial that the student want EF coaching at this stage before college or life after high school. Planning, time management, study skills and consistency are stressed for this age group.  Meetings are weekly through the semester. Parents will receive regular updates on their student's progress.

College Students (Undergrads and Graduate Students)

As college students begin their lives as adults, the student should initiate contact. Parents can also be on the call, but students 18+ will need to be the ones to invest their effort in strengthening their EF (maturation to adulthood) skills in this first step. Meetings are weekly through the semester. Parents will receive regular updates on their student's progress.

Adults

Adult clients are those seeking to work on one or multiple executive function skills  that they feel will benefit work or personal life issues. 

I am not a therapist, so the work is on tangible EF skills you can put into practice right away!

 

General Areas Addressed: 

- better study strategies

- reducing procrastination

- managing time, using calendars

- increasing homework completion

- promoting self-care and self-advocacy

**Our first 1-2 sessions will be assessing the client's needs, reviewing the monthly plan or semester's schedule of classes and syllabi to map out their academic plan.
 

  Student Regular Session Agendas: 

  1. Check in with the student to see what's on their mind and recent events. Check grades and status of homework.

  2. Look over the past week to see what tasks the student accomplished, what worked for them, how we can work together to modify things that got in the way of completion.

  3. Review assignments with the coach to set up the most important tasks we want to tackle in this meeting. Tests? Projects? Scheduling multiple homework?

  4. Depending on the priority of the week, we will look at those assignments using executive function skills (listed above) and tools as a framework to completion. 

  5. At the end of the meeting, the coach and student determine the Action Plan for the week. I will check in with the student via email or text to see how the plan is working.