Hi! Welcome to Busy Brain Coaching. Thanks for stopping by! Let me tell you a little about myself.
ADHD and I have been friends my entire life. I understand the challenges that come with ADHD - procrastination, lack of organization, time management issues, and low self-esteem. I also see the gifts of ADHD - creativity, attention to detail, humor, intelligence, excitement, and more! When my daughter was diagnosed with ADHD 15 years ago, my husband and I struggled to find the help we needed.
In my journey with my daughter, and after my own diagnosis, I educated myself and decided to help others find ways to manage their symptoms of ADHD. Through my certification and experience, I created an approach to coaching called Connecting the D.O.T.S. of ADHD. Discover, Overcome, Trust, and Succeed and I love seeing clients connect the D.O.T.S. to overcome the overwhelm of ADHD so they can go for that new opportunity self-assured, finish projects with ease, and engage in meetings with confidence. I believe that with my experience and training, I can help you connect the D.O.T.S. too!
I have also been in the corporate world for over 30 years leading, coaching, and training professionals. I have developed and taught classes on boundaries, impostor syndrome, strategic thinking, and career planning. I earned my ADHD Certification through the International ADHD Coach Training Center. I am Brene’ Brown “Dare to Lead” trained and recently completed Tara Mohr’s “A Coaching Way” program.
If you would like to learn more about how I can help connect the D.O.T.S. of your busy brain, give me a call,
What People Are Saying
...Tina was very professional, friendly, open minded and asked a lot of great questions that helped me define what I wanted to try and accomplish. I was so impressed with Tina I ended up working with her on a long-term basis...
...You continually reinforced while we worked together how important it is to show up as yourself, do the right thing, and own your voice even when it was unpopular...
...Tina was very patient and never made me feel ashamed about my ADHD...She challenged me to be honest with myself. After completing the values exercise, it clicked. I am now applying for a new course and looking for a new job aligned to my values...