An ADHD coach can help you identify your strengths and challenges and work with you to develop personalized strategies to help you accomplish your goals.
Coaching can help motivate you to stop procrastinating, improve your time management, build routines, overcome negative thinking patterns and help with other practical life concerns. A coach works with you to identify obstacles, implement tools and strategies to address them, and encourages accountability throughout the process.
Coaching offers practical strategies and advice on how to approach and resolve real life issues. It is particularly useful for individuals with ADHD. Because there is no right way to be successful, Coaching is tailored to each individual in a non-judgemental and supportive environment
As an ADHD coach, Robert works with clients to capitalize on their strengths to overcome challenges, such as:
Mental health (i.e. anxiety, depression)
Support for family members
Using a variety of therapeutic techniques, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, and solution-focused coaching, Robert develops individualized
approaches to ensure each client develops a path to success.
Stop struggling against your ADHD and work with Robert to find ways to accomplish your goals in a way that works for you.
ADHD Coaching is covered by most insurance providers
For further information on ADHD coaching, please contact Robert at the ADHD Clinic
Clinical Social Worker/therapist
Robert Wachter is a registered clinical social worker specializing in ADHD coaching. He holds a Master of Social Work in Mental Health and Health from the University of Toronto. Robert is a member of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers, and the Ontario Association of Social Workers.
Robert has extensive experience working in a variety of healthcare settings and with individuals from all walks of life. Using a strength based and solution focused approach, Robert helps individuals with ADHD to make positive changes in their personal, academic and professional lives.
Robert is associated with The ADHD Clinic and works collaboratively with its interdiscipinary team of ADHD professionals.