You Deserve an ADHD Relationship
(That means true caring, deep listening, greater connection, and more loving)
We work by Phone, Skype, and Google Hangout
Go Beyond ADHD
Achieve more effective ways of communicating and a more rewarding connection, resulting in the knowledge that you are finally being really heard and truly understood. Significantly reduce the negative effects of the ADHD and get your lives back on track.
How do we help you get that ADHD relationship
These Are Some Of The Processes We Typically Use
In Support Of Our Clients
Level 1 Support:
Preliminary Evaluation of ADHD Relationship with Recommendations
- Evaluate the ADHD and it’s impact on the relationship.
- Discuss the results, including recommendations for each partner.
- Discuss critical issues that may hinder success unless directly addressed.
Level 2 Support:
Making it all practical
- Includes all of Level 1.
- Tools for electronically tracking medication management, if needed.
- Develop and meet goals to help bring about and sustain desired behavioral changes for the ADHD partner.
- Coach Non-ADHD partner on ways to work with anger and disappointment, and to regain trust.
- Practice skills to deepen communication.
- Learn to effectively manage conflict.
- Develop compassion and acceptance for each other.
- Encourage opportunities for creating deeper connection.
Level 3 Support:
Self-Mastery and Continual Improvement
- Includes all of Level 2.
- Training to support the ADHD Partner in being self observant, and able to take over their own coaching.
- Develop a much better sense of “common sense”.
- Support Partners in achieving realistic dreams and desires.
We will be there with you every step along the way
“This book is about emotions –yours and your partner’s. It’s about taking a relationship that is more challenging than you’d like it to be, and making it a lot better. It’s about shaping your relationship – intentionally – back into one you can enjoy and really feel good about.” From The Couple’s Guide to Thriving with ADHD.
It’s filled with techniques and tools that couples can use to get beyond the relationship hot spots and back to closer connection and more loving.
What the experts are saying:
“Practical, accessible, compassionate, and a pleasure to read … a must-have book for any couple living with the challenges and rewards of ADHD. It offers strategies to regain a positive and long-lasting loving relationship. The perfect life companion for couples and coaches who deal with ADHD on a daily basis.”
-Nancy Ratey, ED.M., MCC, BCC. Author, The Disorganized Mind
“Authors Orlov and Kohlenberger, armed with their collective professional and personal experience with ADHD in marriage, are not offering a fairytale in The Couple’s Guide to Thriving with ADHD. Without shying away from the negative impact of ADHD symptoms, they offer something much more valuable: a script away from blame and back to a partnership with the chance of a real-life happily-ever-after.”
-Zoe Kessler, B.A., B.Ed., Author of ADHD According to Zoe – The Real Deal on Relationships, Finding Your Focus & Finding Your Keys
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