Work Privately with Laurie Dupar
Do you (or someone you care about) have ADD or ADHD?
The challenges of ADHD/ADD are very real! It can be difficult to accomplish even simple everyday tasks, but hope exists. ADHD life coaching can help.
I work with people just like you who are struggling with the challenges of ADHD. People want to finally understand their ADHD brain style, reduce their challenges, and leverage their strengths so they can get things done!
Understanding your ADHD is the first step to thriving with ADHD. I’ll help you appreciate the neurobiology and “whys” associated with your ADHD brain style and behaviors in simple yet professional language.
Working together, you’ll learn how to navigate the ADHD maze better and create successful individualized strategies so you can live your brilliance.
Currently, I am not taking on any new clients due to my role as Director of the iACTcenter.
Here’s How We Can Work Together
Pick My Brain Session
This is for you if you’ve got questions and need expert answers!
You get 30 scheduled minutes of brain-picking phone time where you can ask me anything you want about ADHD. You can get clarity, focus, ideas, and answers or figure out your next steps and start moving forward.
During this call, we can talk about things like:
- Local Provider Advice
- Fresh Strategies/New Perspectives
- Reality Checks
- Next Steps
Investment: $175 / 30 minutes
Exclusive One-on-One Private Coaching
This is for you whether you or someone you love are newly diagnosed or have been struggling with ADHD for years, and you know coaching is the next step for you.
During these focused sessions, we work together to uncover the specifics of how ADHD is impacting your life. Obstacles you may not even be aware of have kept you from experiencing life the way you want.
Together we clarify and prioritize your goals and what’s important to you, identify new “work-around” systems and strategies that leverage your strengths, and take into account your brain style so you’ll experience sustainable change.
Our coaching together can be over the phone or via a videoconferencing system.
Due to my administration roles as Director, Founder, and CEO of the iACTcenter, I am currently not taking any new clients at this time.
When my availability opens up again, it is a minimum investment of $5200.
NOTE: I have certified many amazing coaches around the globe. I highly recommend them. You can find out more about working with one of our iACTcenter Certified ADHD Life Coaches (CALC) on the hire a coach website page.
Certified Coach Mentoring
This is for you if you need coach mentoring hours and want to feel confident applying for your International Coach Federation (ICF) credential.
Twenty years ago, I was a brand new coach and would have given anything to find a skilled, affordable mentor coach. Now, I offer coach mentoring, which provides just that!
You’ll get your choice of 5 or 10 hours of individualized coach mentoring that fulfills the ICF requirements PLUS:
- Guaranteed Mentor feedback from a Certified Mentor Coach (CMC)
- Step-by-step guidance through the credentialing process
- Tools/templates to use in creating your own successful coaching business
- Mentor Coach letter attesting to our mentoring together
- Access to the monthly iACTcenter Q & A business building calls, so you get answers when needed.
- Twice-a-month Coaching Labs where you can practice and hone your coaching skills
Investment: 10 hours $4600 | 5 hours $2300
Currently, due to administrative duties as Director and CEO of the iACTcenter, I cannot mentor students outside of those enrolled in our iACTcenter training programs.
“She challenged long-held beliefs that were related to my diagnosis. Thanks to Laurie, I am now happier and more comfortable with myself than I have ever been. I am forever in her debt! “
“Laurie has a unique ability to bridge goal setting with her knowledge of ADD. She has been very helpful to me as I have become aware in my early 40s that I had ADD.”
John, Business Owner,
former Corporate VP of a Fortune 500 company
“Laurie has given my family hope. She made our problems understandable to us in a sympathetic, understanding, and nonjudgmental way.”