Catherine Avery is most known for her ADHD productivity coaching and being the “Queen of Clutter”
Catherine Avery is known as the attention coach and "The Queen of Clutter." Her specialty is ADHD and productivity coaching.
She'll be sharing the exact same strategies used with her clients to increase productivity and improve wellness.
Catherine also has ADHD and she herself utilizes some of the strategies discussed in this presentation.
Time management is hard enough but when you add in ADHD it takes it to new levels. Our ADHD brains are wired to want the fun thing now. We don’t love to plan for future goals. And we struggle with time blindness which means we may under or overestimate the time a task will take.
Catherine Avery’s workshop will explore current research regarding how proper nutrition, stress reduction, restful sleep, and regular exercise can help improve symptoms for children and adults with ADHD.
We will discuss and practice ways to help create and implement a wellness plan with a client or parent of a child that will lead to improved well-being.
We will also practice some of the evidence-based stress reduction tools. By the end of it, you will have the resources and tools needed to implement a wellness plan for your middle-school-aged child.
Catherine Avery is known as the Attention Coach.
She works with clients virtually worldwide to help them own a new story about their differently wired brains.
She’s the host of The Uncluttered Office for ADHD podcast and has been featured in the media on productivity, ADHD, mental health, and clutter, including The Washington Post.
Catherine speaks to groups about productivity, entrepreneurship, and ADHD. Past engagements include ADDA, CHADD, the ADHD Awareness Expo, and the International Conference on ADHD.
A former queen of clutter, recovering Type A Wall Streeter, and cancer survivor/thriver, she was diagnosed with ADHD later in life.
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