As a coach, Kathie England understands that ADHD is one type of neurodiversity and guides your individual journey to develop new skills and create a life that fits.
Coach Kathie England’s role is to help:
- create Awareness about how your neurodiverse brain works
- embrace your brain with Curiosity rather than judgment
- explore making Choices that work with your brain rather than against it
- discover Possibilities for a life the fits for you
- develop Perspective about who you can be
Kathie practices the coaching core competencies defined by the International Coaching Federation (ICF):
- demonstrates ethical practices
- embodies a coaching mindset
- establishes and maintains agreements
- cultivates trust and safety
- maintains presence
- listens actively
- evokes awareness
- facilitates client growth
Kathie embraces the core tenets of the ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO) about equity, diversity, and inclusion: “We believe that equity, diversity, and inclusion are key principles for ACO. Our commitment to inclusion requires continuous learning and growth as we learn from our experiences and each other. We challenge assumptions, cultivate networks, and pursue these values using the same innovative and inquisitive mindset that we use as coaches.”
Share and learn from others who face similar challenges through a unique group coaching experience.
First Thursday Group (FTG)
The First Thursday Group is free to women with ADHD (or those who suspect they have ADHD) who are current or former clients of Time for Success. It meets on Zoom for one hour once a month on the first Thursday at 3:30-4:30 p.m. Pacific Time.
The purpose of this group is to create a safe and affirming space for women to share the challenges they face because of their neurodiverse brain-wiring. Acknowledging successes, as well as challenges, is another important goal of this group.
Each month coach Kathie England facilitates exploration on topics like letting go of perfectionism, resilience, working from home, courage, getting started, setting boundaries, and many more.
Making Time for Success (MTFS)
The Making Time for Success Group is free to all current or former clients of Time for Success. It meets on Zoom for one hour once a month on the second or third Tuesday at 4:30-5:30 p.m. Pacific Time.
The goal of this group is to create a space for individuals to be seen, heard, and known by others as they tackle working on tasks and projects where they’ve had difficulty getting started, continuing, or completing. Kathie calls this focus Bring Your Own Project (BYOP). During this time individuals focus on challenges like opening mail, paying bills, doing expense reports, and many more.
Some of the benefits participants have described include accountability, positive support, perspective, seeing the ability to accomplish something in a short amount of time, being a catalyst, and providing focus.
Coach Kathie England invites all individuals whether or not they have ADHD.