First of all I will explain more about executive functions (EF’s) and why they may be adversely affecting your life.
Together we will look at your EF profile to identify areas needing support and highlight your strengths. We will look at your ambitions then start the goal setting process and the support you will need to achieve your goals.
We will review all aspects of your life; assess each one then develop strategies to deal with areas of difficulty so that they are contributing positively to your overall health, well being and functioning.
I will be using a combination of coaching methods to steer you to the future you want.
Each session will involve me asking you some questions and then I will review your responses and that will help me work out where we go to next. We will have a look at what you’ve tried previously that maybe didn’t work and bring in options that hopefully will.
We will underpin this with 4 elements of life that affect your physical and mental health; nutrition, exercise; stress and sleep.
Then it’s about creating a plan of action, committing to it, carrying it out and fading support as improvements are seen, or reviewing if new issues become apparent.
It is important to take responsibility for your part in this journey so we will check in with each other at regular intervals to ensure you have been doing your homework and, if not, examine why and what I can do to support you to do so.
Achieving your long term goals may feel overwhelming but we will break the journey down into manageable steps that we can take one at a time.
As you take each step so you will be generating then repeating your new habits and those positive actions and behaviours will become instinctive over time, enabling you to function more effectively as you successfully achieve your goals.
There are lots of elements to try and achieve your goals and we will choose the order that suits you best. It may be we need to sort your health and wellbeing (particularly if you are feeling stressed or burnt out) then we will address your executive function challenges once you are ready.