I coach people who may or may not have ADHD and who are experiencing challenges in their careers. They feel unfulfilled and may not be earning what they are capable of. Some have debt or may have trouble using their time to focus on goals and actions required to achieve them. They lack clarity in their visions and may not be using their talents.
I coach my clients to find meaningful and passionate careers. I do this by having them do what they need to do, promptly and consistently so that they can support their vision and goals. Through a series of action steps and commitments they find prosperity. Their compensation increases and they feel physical and spiritual vitality. They are able to ask for what they need and find ease and joy when doing this. They become profitable. I also work with individual and couples on relationship skills.
At the University of Illinois in Urbana Champaign, I majored in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration. (1978 B.of Arts) I received my Masters in Science in Marital and Family Therapy at Northwestern University in Evanston IL. (1997 M.S.) I became certified in Success Motivation Coaching where I studied the psychological principles of motivation, theory and application (2001 Certified) Since 1995 I have helped hundreds of individuals and couples from all walks of life.
Most recently I worked with 19 amazing young adults to help them focus on their life goals over a 8 week period as a Visiting Professor at Devry University in Chicago.
I also served as Assistant Director of Admissions at The Illinois Institute of Art from 2006 to 2010.