Kosierowski Services: ADHD/ADD Specialist
About this pro
How i am different: I truly help people get past overwhelm and frustration in their lives and onto actually thriving. I support mental emotional physical and spiritual change. Over 90% of the folks i work with experience ADD/ADHD I only work with people i can help. I guarantee value or i make it right Expect: To gain self confidence, to improve your relationships, to increase work/life success. Recognize your life's purpose. Reduce conflict, feelings of overwhelm and fristration. Feel hope and excitement. Actually accomplish to your ability Coaching vs Psychotherapy: Ask about the differences Ideal client: Adults, children, parents and families. Specialties include: Those experiencing ADD/ADHD, overwhelm or high stress, academic challenges, work life stress, career and life transitions. Approaches: Systematic and strengths based, CBT, whole person How we meet: Free consults. Remote support worldwide. Meet by phone, Skype, email, text and in person. I meet with spouses, supervisors, and family as appropriate. Value: If one does not find good value in our work i make it right. Ask me about this. Payment: This work must be built on trust. That said for me to continue my work and to help others I have to accept payment. I do so flexibly and by credit card, paypal, and check. The rewards of seeing people thrive. No questions asked!
10 years in business
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