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Educational Therapy


Executive Skills Coaching


We support students with ADHD and executive dysfunction using a strength-based coach approach. Our style of coaching focuses on eliciting behavior change by helping students explore and resolve ambivalence. We gradually invite students to take on their responsibilities incrementally and teach them how their brains work to provide a new lens of understanding themselves.

Our approach helps students link their long-term goals to their daily behavior to help them reach those goals. We work 1-1 with students to establish goals, create roadmaps to achieve the goals, ignite intrinsic motivation, develop strong study skills, and improve time-management and organizational skills. Our coaching process fires the learners’ executive brain region by asking the right open-ended questions, evokes personal exploration, and elicits self-awareness that catalyzes goal-setting and change.


Behavioral Management

Parent Coaching - WeThrive Learning
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The parent role is crucial when it comes to supporting a complex kid. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends medication and parent training as the first line of treatment for parents of kids with ADHD and other executive function issues. Without parent training, the treatment for executive function challenges is not comprehensive with medication alone. Whether they have ADHD, executive dysfunction, emotional regulation challenges, or other learning differences, the action starts with the parents! 


We work 1-1 with parents to address the family’s individual needs and help restore the child-parent relationship. As a certified Sanity School Trainer, our coach approach helps parents increase their awareness, take on new perspectives, and learn strategies that create a positive and connected environment.




We conduct formal and informal assessments to inform our session interventions better, capitalize on student strengths, and understand a student’s complex learning profile.  In addition to gathering objective data about skills and discovering misconceptions, we begin to build a trusting relationship with the student and observe self-regulatory behaviors. Our assessments provide us with constructive information to establish and prioritize treatment goals and select the appropriate methodologies.

After conducting our assessments, we develop a more holistic view of the learner and use the data to guide our sessions and enhance our conversations with the team,  which consists of parents, teachers, and other professionals, to optimize the student’s learning. In the process, we teach students about their strengths and challenges to have a greater self-understanding and advocate for themselves. 


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