I have been trying to figure out how to stay focused and attentive, how to decrease procrastination, how to manage “to do” lists, and generally how to get things done my entire adult life. In college, I remember forcing myself to go to the deepest, darkest, part of the library in order to remove all distractions so I could finally study for classes that I didn’t find motivating. I know firsthand what it’s like to be a disorganized mess and I’m excited about the current neurodiversity movement. Adults, both diagnosed and self-identified as having ADD, ADHD, and/or Autism, want to better understand themselves and learn how to manage their own lives.
My goal is to provide each client with a toolkit of research-based strategies specific to their Executive Function needs in order to meet their professional and personal goals. I love learning about my clients’ passions and goals and working together to make things happen. I am grateful when a client gains clarity in better understanding themselves or achieves their goals because I have been able to contribute to their life in a positive way.
I’ve personally tried and incorporated these strategies into my own life, and am eager to get started working with you.
Genie Love holds an MS degree in Educational Leadership, a BS in Physical Therapy, and is licensed in Special Education. Previous to becoming an Executive Functioning coach, she was a Special Education teacher for 20 years specializing in working with students who have ADD, ADHD, and Autism.