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Make a confident start to the term.

Join my workshop series to kick off the start of semester or school teerm with an ADHD-friendly system.

Most study advice is based on neurotypical "just do it" ideas that don't work for ADHDers.

Out-of-the-box thinkers need a different approach. Not just scare tactics. Or constant emphasis on how important this year is. 

Studying can really suck.

IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE SO PAINFUL. 

As an ADHD and Executive Function Coach I often hear my student clients believe they're lazy, just need to be more disciplined, or try harder.

In my experience, people with ADHD are trying double hard and want desperately to do well!

They just haven't learned the skills and systems to address their executive function struggles with time, task initiation, planning and prioritising.

Instead, most of us (yep, I've been there) battle through academic life spinning our wheels using cookie cutter strategies designed for people who don't actually struggle with organisation.

Liz Welshman ADHD coach

Here's how this workshop series will help.

Create your system

Start a time and project management system that accounts upfront for executive function challenges.

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Plan for success

Build a realistic plan that doesn't rely solely on panic, night before urgency or hyperfocus.

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Rehearse the "what ifs"

Prepare for resistance and hiccups so you have a plan of attack for when motivation dips (it will).

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Here's what to expect each week:

Workshop 1: Set goals & start your system

  • Design a time and project management system that accounts upfront for executive function challenges.
  • Reflect on previous experiences and patterns to consciously outline a new direction
  • Learn the boring basics of looking after yourself - the most important foundation that most of us glance over! 

Workshop 2: Plan for follow-through

  • Build a realistic, overwhelm-free plan that doesn't rely solely on panic, night before urgency or hyperfocus
  • Rehearse the "what-ifs"
  • Prepare for resistance and hiccups so you have a plan of attack for when motivation dips (it will). 

Workshop 3: Study the ADHD-friendly way

  • Learn the basics of of note-taking, revising and input vs output methods to enhance information retention
  • Select and tweak strategies to support working memory
  • Check in and reiterate plans 

Workshop 4: Check-in & Course Correct

  • Reflect on how you're travelling and make adjustments
  • Practise getting back on track, even when things don't go perfectly
  • Manage ongoing deadlines, asking for help and track your progress

The next workshop series begins Thursday February 8th 2024.

Workshop places are limited to 20. Enrol now now to receive instant access to planning resources and secure your place.

$260 AUD / one off payment
  • 4 Weekly 1 hour workshops
  • Planning resources & templates
  • All sessions recorded
  • Access to mini-course for parents
  • After ours time slot of 7pm

$90 AUD / three monthly instalments
  • 4 Weekly 1 hour workshops
  • Planning resources & templates
  • All sessions recorded
  • Access to mini-course for parents
  • After ours time slot of 7pm