Gayle Sweeney and Ann Shanahan are ADHD and Executive Functioning Coaches who specialize in working with teens, college students, and young adults who have ADHD and other executive functioning issues to help them set goals and create strategies to achieve them. They also coach moms and other adults who want to explore new ways they can define and prioritize their goals, move past their obstacles, and find new strategies to create a vision around their life’s purpose and what they really want to accomplish. As co-creators and authors of the new program “Behind the Wheel With ADHD”, Gayle and Ann hope to share their passion for helping people focus on specific strengths and weaknesses in a remarkably tailored driver education experience.
To learn more about Gayle and Ann’s ADHD coaching practice, visit their website: www.shanahansweeneycoaching.com
Gayle and Ann were trained in the Rush Neurobehavioral Center Executive Function Skills Program© through Rush University Medical Center, completing certification in 2014.
They are both graduates of “Coaching Teens and College Students With ADHD” training program through JST Coach Training, LLC.
Gayle and Ann have been Guest Experts for various webinars and blogs, most recently guest bloggers for Impact ADHD. See our blog post here.
Gayle and Ann taught “Special Risks Associated with the ADHD Driver” to the Illinois Driver Educators Association (IDEA), November, 2013 and they created the training workshop, “Effective Self-Advocacy in College” for the Services for Students with Disabilities department at Loyola University, Chicago.