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Saturday, 8 August 2015

Developing Change Through Coaching : Evening all hope you are getting set for the weeke...

Developing Change Through Coaching : Evening all hope you are getting set for the weeke...: Evening all hope you are getting set for the weekend , I have an up date for you . I am now doing freelance work for LANC  Learning Assessm...

Friday, 27 March 2015

Evening all hope you are getting set for the weekend , I have an up date for you . I am now doing freelance work for LANC  Learning Assessment Neurocare Centre. I have been  working with them since Jan 2015. It is quite a change working with a group of people again but enjoying it very much. The interesting thing for me is that I am now coaching via the NHS which has got to be the first. It is about time as there are many adults out there with no support and trying to deal with their ADHD symptoms.

This service is for Bury , Oldham and Rochdale hopefully other NHS areas may also start to take up this service. anyone wanting more information on this or information on my service then please send me your enquiries I will be more then happy to answer them if I can.

Again have a great weekend and I will keep you updated on the developments of this new service.

regards

Christine Mclanachan
Blog Owner 

Sunday, 23 March 2014

I am constantly amazed by people that say they know about ADHD, then go and deal with that person inappropriately and they wonder why a small situation has turned into a major incident with both parties at loggerheads with each other. We all know how difficult dealing with a person who has ADHD but please try to think how difficult it is for the person with ADHD. You may only have to deal with a situation every now and then, the person with ADHD has to live with it each and every day.

I am not saying that you have to put up with certain behaviours but having the right information on how to support a person with ADHD can go a long way and eliminate misunderstandings , hurt feelings and make for a far more harmonious relationship. Try asking the person the best way to support them , care and understanding can go a long way please remember this.

Thank you      

Thursday, 16 January 2014

Evening all , I had an interesting coaching session today with one of my clients, it was so good to see how far this young lady had come. The way she now deals with things is so much better then she did before. She is slowly starting to organize her home and place of work but most importantly she is now seeing that not all the negative things  that happens in her life is down to the way she deals with things or not dealing with things. I do hope that she continues to to develop this further as I know she can.

If anyone is trying to develop skills needed to manage there ADHD then please don't give up. Keep trying be consistent and it will pay off for you.

  

Monday, 11 November 2013

What support would you have liked 

Hi there everyone , I have been asked to develop a training programme that will help improve the support offered to young adults leaving care or returning home. This has got me thinking of all the adults that I have supported over the many years that I have been coaching. If you look back what if anything would have helped you through those difficult years. 

I would be interested in hearing your views on the subject of support, think about the difficulties that you have faced , and in which areas I.E

1, Paying bills 
2. Emotional support 
3. Life skills development 
4. Dealing with anger, frustration 

Thanks for reading this and I look forward to hearing from you.