Explore. Discover. Take Flight.
Are you and your family overwhelmed by challenging aspects of your child’s AD(H)D? Are you ready to conquer these challenges and provide a more fulfilling life for you and your family?
With personalized coaching, Robin Storfer of Take Flight Coaching is here to help you do just that! Robin’s familiarity and personal experiences with ADHD allow her to create a program specific to your child, your family and your situation. You and your child will learn skills and methods of managing AD(H)D and together your family will “take flight” confidently into the future!
I believe people are capable of living a life that honours their passions.
ExploreExamine the many faces of AD(H)D – build on the positives and manage the difficult aspects, Obtain a new perspective on personal challenges and learn to maximize your time and energy, Plan your families goals, values, and mission
DiscoverEstablish and optimize systems and tools that simplify and improve your family life, Learn about and build on your child’s strengths; create responsibility and accountability to stay on task, Recognize your child’s potential for success!
Take FlightAcknowledge and celebrate successes, Build pride and self-confidence, Use your child’s accomplishments as a point of departure to future success!
ServicesThe benefits of coaching are numerous. As an AD(H)D trained coach I have a unique understanding of how my clients are affected. I am able to adjust strategies to help with individual challenges such as disorganization, inconsistency, impulsive decision-making, emotional control as well as many other areas of concern. Select this link to read more
What the ADHD Experts Say about Coaching for ADHD
We recommend that you hire an ADD coach to assist you in the process. Get yourself a coach to help you stay on track
Coaching, it turns out, is one of the most powerful and effective ways for people with ADHD to achieve success.
Coaching is the single most effective tool in ADD self-management.
Coaching intervention can make a real difference in how people with AD/HD negotiate their own particular deficits and cope with life on a daily basis