“What separates those who achieve from those who don’t is in direct proportion to one’s ability to ask for help.”
~ Donald Keough, Coca-Cola executive


Organizing with ADHD can be overwhelming and seem impossible. With organizing strategies and ongoing support, you can keep clutter and disorganization in check.  We work with you in a compassionate and non-judgmental way, giving support to help you make the changes you desire.

ADHD affects each person differently, so there is no one solution to making improvements.  By coaching, whether in person or by phone, we will cover the best practices for ADHD challenges so that each individual can create a plan that is reasonable for him/her.

Strategies for ADHD organizing are based on the material that Mary teaches in the University of Tennessee Professional Development class, “ADD/ADHD: Success Strategies for Work & Life”.

Together we will develop an Action Plan with strategies for:

  • organization
  • time management
  • procrastination
  • distractedness

The Action Plans will cover any area of life that you find ADHD makes more challenging. ADHD coaching gives you the opportunity to learn, celebrate your successes and have accountability so you continue to move forward.

We want to give you a sense of hope and empowerment as you work toward improving daily challenges caused by ADHD.  You’ll be given a variety of techniques to increase your success with time challenges and to help with organizational distractions.  Together we’ll work toward improving the overall success you have in your daily life, whether on the job or in your personal life.

Mary has specific training for helping those with ADHD.   In 2008, she became an ADHD Specialist, a certificate awarded by the Institute for Challenging Disorganization. She continues to attend conferences and take classes throughout the year to keep her studies current.

ADHD organizing challenges can successfully be overcome by in person assistance or over the phone.

Reach your organizing goals!  Contact Mary today!

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