I am an ADHD Coach and have spent half my life helping others manage their relationships, emotions, and behavior patterns in a variety of settings and circumstances.
I have an MA in Education and have been a Classroom Teacher in a self-contained behavior classroom. I worked with individuals with trauma and behavioral struggles, including communication differences and severe aggressive behaviors in multiple settings. I believe that a combination of meeting needs, combatting shame, and fostering self-acceptance is the foundation for behavioral change.
I myself have ADHD and have spent my life developing structures and strategies to cope with my symptoms. I have spent approximately 3 billion* hours online researching ADHD and will continue to do so until we understand every last part of it! *this may or may not be an exaggeration.
In addition to working with individuals, I work with organizations, providing mediation, conflict resolution, training, and coaching. I am passionate about connection and community, including creating a community of people who are learning to connect to each other and to themselves
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Sheila is incredible. The term coach insufficiently describes the guidance and expertise she provides; she is so much more. Her tailored approach, combined with real world experience, creates an atmosphere that suits the individual needs of her clients in ways that they may have always needed but never had. Her ability to identify issues, and present pathways to resolution, creates a blueprint to alter and improve perspectives and lifestyles. I consider myself fortunate for the opportunity to benefit from her wisdom and method.