Many women with ADHD have a prevailing idea that they are bad. They spend tremendous energy striving to be good (more productive, on time, meeting others’ expectations, less ADHD). Often this very thing can get in the way of making positive changes. How do you know if you are trying too hard to be good? Are you over-focusing on trivial matters, over-working to prove you’re a hard worker, or over-anticipating how you’ll be judged? Women with ADHD can go from bad to Badass, freeing up time, energy, and focus so they can implement positive changes that stick around.
About Casey Dixon, PCC, BCC, SCAC, M.S.Ed.
Casey Dixon is a Life Coach with a unique focus on science-based, innovative collaborative coaching for lawyers, professors, and other demand-ridden professionals having ADHD. Comfortable and familiar with the paradox of competence and accomplishment smacked up against dysregulation and stuckness, Casey listens intensely without judgment, adding a logical voice and sometimes a bit of humor. Casey has become recognized for helping clients excel in authentic and creative ways using ADHD-informed approaches. Casey is recognized as an ICF Professional Certified Coach, Senior Certified ADHD Coach, and Board Certified Coach. As an in-demand ADHD Coach, Casey has developed her expertise as an entrepreneur, author, interviewee, CLE presenter, and educational speaker.