Help me celebrate my REALLY BIG DEAL birthday!

I’m turning 60 years old on September 2, so I’ve created a REALLY BIG DEAL surprise for you:

Until the end of September, you will be able to purchase a full, 60-minute coaching session (via Skype or phone) for only $60.00!!

Let me explain…

*These coaching sessions are for parents only, or for parents and the ADHD child/teen. (Yes, I will have some time to talk to your child/teen alone if you schedule at least one session).

*All sessions will be conducted via phone or Skype.

*You can schedule up to 3 sessions at this price! That’s a total of $180 for 3 hours! My usual hourly rate is $100 for this kind of session!! You’re saving 40% on each session you book (I think that’s right… I have a learning disability in math).

*You can choose any date for your coaching session up to October 28 (that gives you 2-1/2 months to get ‘er done).

*The offer expires September 30. That means you need to purchase your sessions by then. Remember, though, you still have through October 28 to actually have the sessions.


I do hope you’ll participate in this great offer. I love talking to families and I would love to talk with YOUR family.

If you have any questions, just email me at

Otherwise, just scroll down to schedule. (Sorry. You have to schedule each one separately. Wish I could change that but I can’t).


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