I offer one-on-one coaching over the phone that will guide you in learning about your attention and how to pay attention more effectively in order to bring about change in your life.

In our sessions I will instruct you on how to gain control of your single most powerful asset by helping you to relax your attention from being caught in its usual attention traps. This release will help you to better understand what is going on with you and what is going on around you. We will start our time together by talking about your current experience. As you talk I will be paying deep attention to you, modeling for you an attention that is fluid and flexible. I will then share with you my insight about the attentional processes and coach you on how to deploy your attention in new ways.

The objective is that over time you will learn to do these procedures automatically without having to think about them. In subsequent meetings we will discuss what you have noticed about your attention since we last met, and how it has affected your life. In each meeting I will give you further instructions based on what I notice about you as we talk.

How each person pays attention is different, and unraveling the unhelpful lessons we have learned about attention in the past takes time. The only requirements for you to be successful in this are to have patience with the process, to pay attention to detail, to practice what you have learned, and to constantly be curious about your openness to change.

If you have been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, my services are not a replacement for any necessary medical treatment (allopathic and/or alternative).


$100 Initial session 1 hour
$60 30 minutes
$100 60 minutes
US Dollars, payable via PayPal or check

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