ADHD Coach Griffin Rouse | Colorado
Griffin was diagnosed with ADHD when he was eight or nine years old. His family struggled for years to find him a supportive and structured environment that would help him learn to manage his ADHD instead of promising to “cure” it. Eventually, they identified a small high school in central Massachusetts that specialized in ADHD and other learning disabilities. This school became a turning point in Griffin’s life; it was a safe haven for Griffin and is where he began his journey of helping children and young adults with ADHD.
After high school, Griffin went on to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Public and Community Service at Providence College, where he focused on asset-based development and community organizing. After graduating, Griffin spent seven years working with at-risk youth in Providence. Griffin saw clearly that many of these bright, misunderstood young men and women were simply ADHD adolescents who lacked the structure and support to succeed – much like he was as a child. This experience inspired Griffin to channel his passion into a field where he could make a difference in the lives of young people with ADHD. This led him to coaching.
Griffin’s coaching style is built on the foundations of asset-based development, a practice that encourages participants to reframe the things traditionally considered to be liabilities as assets or solutions. In ADHD coaching, this means understanding and harnessing the parts of being ADHD that are traditionally considered problems and helping clients to do the hard work of thinking through their challenges in a calm, confident, clear way. Griffin works with clients to develop creative ways to use those traits to solve the challenges that ADHD, and life in general, create for clients. Griffin has ADHD and life coach training through MentorCoach and currently works with ADHD Coach Jeff Copper as his mentor.
Areas of Coaching Expertise:
Griffin is a professional ADHD Coach who specializes in working with:
- Young Adults
- Young adult couples
In addition to Individual Coaching and Masterclasses, Coach Griffin leads
- ADHD Students Study Hall, Spring Semester 2022
- High Conflict Family Coaching, coming in Spring 2022
Professional Training and Expertise:
- Advanced Positive Psychology and ADHD Coach Training Program through MentorCoach
- Life Coach Training through MentorCoach
- BA Public and Community Service from Providence College
- Special Projects Coordinator for At-Risk Youth Programs for Community Development with Employment, Environmental Stewardship, and Non-Violent Conflict Resolution
How to Meet with Griffin
- Virtual Zoom and Telephone Sessions
- Schedule a complimentary get-acquainted session with Coach Griffin to explore your coaching and support options.
** If you are unable to find availability on this calendar, it may be this schedule is full. Please reach out to LiveWell@ADHDCoach.life so Griffin or another coach can assist with finding a time to meet.